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Blogger In Residence: The Final Showdown

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Nick Reynolds Nick Reynolds | 11:52 UK time, Friday, 6 March 2009

If you're a regular reader you'll know that for the past six months Steve Bowbrick has been BBC Future Media & Technology's "blogger in residence".

He's been investigating and advocating ideas around how the BBC could become more "open". Some of what he's done has been reflected on his blog "Common Platform".

Steve's time with us is coming to an end, and so there is a special event next week when he will report back and reflect on what he's found.

steve_bowbrick_large.jpgThe event happens on Tuesday 10th March at 6 p.m. in the Council Chamber in Broadcasting House. It's a public event but by invitation only. So if you want to come make a request on Facebook or Upcoming or leave a message in comments on this post. If there's a question you'd like to ask Steve in advance also leave it in comments.

There will be a quiz, a presentation and a panel discussion. On the panel we are hoping to have Emily Bell, Ian Douglas, Tony Ageh and Jim Killock.

no_admiittance.jpg"Except in an emergency" photo by Bowbrick at flickr. Photo of Steve above from an original by mbites on flickr.

There will be refreshments!

Nick Reynolds is editor, BBC Internet blog



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