- Getting people to realise the potential of the internet for growth and realisation of dreams - both personal and professional (reading between the lines and putting my own interpretation on the tweets!)
- The uncertainty that the digital space represents for many means that we have to rethink the way that we operate, how we work together, how we cope with change. There are so many opportunities so resilience is key.
- — Kevin N Prince (@mr45144)Sun, Oct 16 2016 20:30:31Great to hear @DigitalMaori talking of building digital resiliance to help with boom and bust at #nethui via http://livestream.com/i-filmservices/NetHui2016RotoruaStream1 …
- Pretty words but are all our children really digital and are all parents analogue? And what do we mean by digital? That they can operate in game space and social media space? But how easily do they transfer skills into work space?
- — GridAKL (@GridAKL)Sun, Oct 16 2016 20:34:17Looks like a really interesting convo is happening at #nethui today https://twitter.com/ellenstrickland/status/787752588053663745 … #tech #digital
- — Alex Le Long (@ariaporo22)Sun, Oct 16 2016 20:48:26
NetHui 2016 Rotorua
NetHui brings everybody and anybody that wants to talk about the Internet together. We’re not a conference or a barcamp and we won’t get speakers in to talk at you all day. NetHui is a community event – made for the community, by the community. Participation and community are at the heart of NetHui. The programme isn’t decided by the top brass at InternetNZ – it’s designed by the community. The local communities will help tailor the programme and lead the day, which means each event will be about issues that actually matter to your community.