Details for the next DFEY-NW are enclosed...
Please forward this to anybody or any lists you think might be interested.


DFEY-NW (Digital Freedom in Education & Youth - North West) is a group 
aiming to provide a social space for young people interested in 
technology, issues of freedom and technology in relation to education.

   Saturday August 15th 2009 12:00pm -> ~3:30pm

   Because the venue is not amazingly easy to find, we'll meet at 
Piccadilly station and we'll walk over there (it's about 5minutes on foot).
   Meet on the seats between platforms 1 and 2 in the main concourse.
   Look for people with laptops and perhaps some funky DFEY signs. :P

Where offices, Northern Quarter
   (the guys who helped us get to the "2morro festival")

   if you are thinking of attending please add your name to the wiki page,_August_2009#Time
   or feel free to email us on to let us know you are

Young Rewired State
   Many people from DFEY will be attending Young Rewired State - an 
event about building stuff using government data.

It's being held at Google HQ in London on the 22nd and 23rd August 2009 
and there will some assistance with travel and accommodation for those 
wishing to attend!

Please add your name to the DFEY wiki page:,_August_2009 and/or email

To find out more about the event visit:

 From the website:
"How about we give you Google's offices in the heart of London, 
technology and a tonne of the country's best programmers and hackers to 
help and teach you along the way? We'll also give you food and drink to 
keep you going.

If so, and you're aged between 15 and 18, we'd love you to come to our 
free weekend to see what you can come up with. We think we're all in for 
a big surprise."


In case you need it, here's some contact information:
   Tim's mobile: 07922334403


DFEY-NW Community:

Mailing list:
   #dfey on & Twitter:
   #dfey & #dfeynw

If each of us have one object, and we exchange them, then each of us
still has one object.
If each of us have one idea, and we exchange them, then each of us now
has two ideas.   -  George Bernard Shaw

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