On Mon, 2009-10-19 at 23:58 +0100, Andrew Turvey wrote:
> We've been invited to go along to a conference next week organized by the 
> Department for Culture, Media and Sport on "creative industries". Although we 
> made it clear to them that we are not-for-profit and a lot of the programme 
> is not particularly relevant, they were very keen to get us to go along, even 
> to the extent of giving us a free ticket.
> The website is at http://www.cabinetforum.org and the agenda is:
> * New business models for online content: How can a viable business be made 
> out of online content without relying on advertising?

Wikipedia is not the only project. Wikinews is CC-BY. Content can be
copied and used on an ad-supported site. See

> My question: what should I focus on at this conference and what should I aim 
> to get out of it?

As mentioned earlier, get names, and, I'd add, try to get any press
there to mention you were present.

Brian McNeil <brian.mcn...@wikinewsie.org>

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