Freelancing Gods 2015

God
13 May 2010

Trampoline Thoughts

Just under two weeks ago, we ran the third Trampoline – an informal unconference which brings people from a variety of disciplines together to share what they find amazing.

The day is filled with 20 minute sessions on whatever people who are there offer to discuss. We get a fantastic mix of topics: health, technology, education, dance, meditation, music, media, juggling, comedy, entrepreneurship and more. In true unconference style, none of this is planned beforehand – no speaker is given preference, there’s no keynotes.

IMG_6053

All three thus far have been in Melbourne. We’re definitely interested in sharing the love to other cities (but nothing’s locked in yet). That said, it’s a pretty safe assumption that Melbourne host its fourth sometime towards the end of the year.

From a personal perspective, I find these days amazingly energetic and inspiring (granted, I’m a little biased, being one of the organising team). It’s provided me (and many others) an avenue to connect with interesting, passionate people they wouldn’t normally meet. It’s just one of many things happening in Melbourne that solidifies my belief that it is truly – if you’ll excuse the hubris – a global cultural hub.

Adding to the Grid

If you’re interested in keeping an eye on future events, add yourself to the email list, and maybe follow the official Twitter account. There’s also a set of videos – the bulk being from the latest Trampoline – on Vimeo, and a growing set of photos on Flickr.

Trampoline 3 0449

I’m pretty stoked with how well received Trampoline has been thus far, and looking forward to making the next one even better. Would love to see some more new faces there too, so if you’re keen, jump on the list or get in touch!

Comments

7 responses to this article

13 May 2010
Ross Hill said:

Love that third photo. These events are really awesome – I hope to see many more happen!

11 Apr 2015
coaching zuerich said:

Thanks for finally talking about >Trampoline Thoughts : Freelancing Gods <Loved it!

12 Apr 2015
joven skin brightening said:

Just wish to say your article is as amazing. The clearness in your post is simply cool and i could
assume you’re an expert on this subject. Fine with your permission let me to
grab your RSS feed to keep up to date with forthcoming post.
Thanks a million and please carry on the enjoyable work.

12 Apr 2015
Demetrius said:

All purpose cleaners aare used typically tto free spaces and surfaces of dirt and grime.
Your partner need not be left out, as these types of wholesale sites also sell men’s gift sets.
A wholesale nusery growqs shrubs, trees and other plnts for sae to retail nurseries
and llandscape contractors, who further install landscapes including retaining
walls and plkant materials.

14 Apr 2015
5th episode next said:

Definitely believe that that you stated. Your favourite justification seemed
to be on the internet the easiest factor to bear in mind of.
I say to you, I certainly get irked at the same time as other folks consider concerns that they plainly
do not recognise about. You controlled to hit the nail upon the top and also defined out the entire thing without having side-effects , other folks could
take a signal. Will probably be back to get more. Thanks

15 Apr 2015
les sites de rencontres français said:

excellent put up, very informative. I’m wondering why the opposite experts of this sector don’t understand this.
You must proceed your writing. I’m confident, you’ve a huge readers’ base
already!

17 Apr 2015
Anal Sex said:

It’s an awesome article designed for all the internet viewers; they will obtain
advantage from it I am sure.

Leave a Comment

Comments are formatted using Textile. Please be respectful of others when posting comments. Be nice.

RssSubscribe to the RSS feed

Related Links

Related Posts

About Freelancing Gods

Freelancing Gods is written by , who works on the web as a web developer in Melbourne, Australia, specialising in Ruby on Rails.

In case you're wondering what the likely content here will be about (besides code), keep in mind that Pat is passionate about the internet, music, politics, comedy, bringing people together, and making a difference. And pancakes.

His ego isn't as bad as you may think. Honest.

Here's more than you ever wanted to know.

Open Source Projects

Other Sites

Creative Commons Logo All original content on this site is available through a Creative Commons by-nc-sa licence.