[ProgSoc] Stop being a digital slave; Words Rules The Web; Live the simple life; Entrepreneurs get better with age; Why we love narcissists (at first); Events from The Future of Books, Fishburners, Designer Weekender, The Guardian and more. Plus jobs!

Leefe 3trk at progsoc.org
Mon Jul 1 19:04:50 EST 2013

Hi Progsoc People,

Each week I get a newsletter of upcoming IT events called 'The Fetch', and I thought some of the events might interest people at ProgSoc.

Things that could interest people:
 * Talk by Mark Pesce


ProgSoc Alumni Rep 2013

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> From: "The Fetch Sydney" <sydney at thefetch.com>
> Date: 1 July 2013 11:21:57 AM AEST
> To: "thefetch at mail2.tengutech.net" <thefetch at mail2.tengutech.net>
> Subject: Stop being a digital slave; Words Rules The Web; Live the simple life; Entrepreneurs get better with age; Why we love narcissists (at first); Events from The Future of Books, Fishburners, Designer Weekender, The Guardian and more. Plus jobs!
> Reply-To: sydney at thefetch.com
> theFetch
> 1 July 2013 // thefetch.com // Sydney
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> This week fetched...
> Ready for a busy week? Thursday, check out this free talk on The Future of Books with Julie Gibbs of the Lantern at Penguin. Friday we're headed to Fishburners to hear Melanie Perkins of Canva keynote. This masterclass from The Guardian on Travel and Food Writing caught our eye. The schedule for AGDA'sDesigner Weekender is out now. Keep sharing events with us here. Thanks Ellie for this week's featured pic. If you enjoy recieving The Fetch each week, share it. Thanks for the love Kim Beazley: Globe's Top 20 Hottest Startups. Thanks all! Enjoy. ~Hannah // @thefetchsyd
> Featured event: Launch48
> Want to build a business around your great idea? Pitch, team up, learn, build, launch in 48hrs at Launch48 Weekend on 19-21 July at Fishburners with great speakers and mentors. Business, Creative and tech people welcome. Promo code = YELLOW for 10% off.
> Events for business folk
> Mobile Monday Sydney, tonight
> Twitter for Beginners, July 2
> Market Research for Startups, July 2
> Lean Prototype Machine, July 2
> TiE: Networking for Entrepreneurs, July 3
> Silicon Beach House Launch Party, July 4
> Outsource your Marketing, July 4
> Fishburner's Keynote Speaker, July 5
> SportUp Aus Meetup, July 8
> Quantified Self Show & Tell, July 9
> PR Masterclass, July 9 [15% off code = fetch]
> Career With Purpose, July 10
> Manly Entrepreneurs: Startup Law, July 10
> Business Shorts Sydney, July 11
> TechMeetups: Content is King, July 11
> Dynamic Women in Business, July 12
> Sydney Launch48 Weekend, Jul 19–21, [promo code = YELLOW]
> Featured event: SSE Action Learning Facilitation Training
> Want to empower others to tackle individual and organisational challenges in a dynamic learning environment? SSE are running a 3-day Action Learning Courses commencing in Sydney (Aug). Email info at sse.org.au or visit here.
> Must-reads, link love
> Four Types of Business Stories
> How Successful People Talk
> Jimmy Wales Is Not an Internet Billionaire
> My Startup has 30 Days to Live
> Why 30 Is Not The New 20
> Startups Are A Social Contract
> Live The Simple Life
> Stop Being A Digital Slave
> Say 'Yeah' & Get Ahead
> Futility of Comparing Yourself to Others
> Ambivalence Is Awesome
> Ways to Build Your Confidence
> Ditch Your Business Card
> Oversharing? The Selfish Meme
> Find Balance: Use 80% Principle
> Keep Boring Hours = Be More Creative
> Experience Slows You Down
> Words Rules The Web
> Celebrate The Done List
> Body Data Craze = Bad For Health?
> Grumpy People = Super Productive
> I Won't Be Writing About Your Company
> Mindfullness in Silicon Valley
> Entrepreneurs Get Better With Age
> Why We Love Narcissists (At First)
> It's Just Your Quarter-Life Crisis
> 10 Interview Etiquette Tips
> Ricky Gervais' Guide to a Career
> I Failed
> Events for technologists
> Bitcoiners Meetup, tonight
> WordPress Meetup in Parramatta, tonight
> Accessibility & Inclusive Design, July 2
> Educational Tech Meetup, July 2
> Microsoft Dynamics CRM Meetup, July 2
> Lean Coffee Meetup, July 3
> AWS User Group Meeetup, July 3
> Talk Bitcoin, July 3
> YOW! Night Sydney: Sam Newman, July 3
> Front-End Web Dev, July 4 [code = fetch]
> Learn How to Code, July 9 [code = fetch]
> IGDA Meetup, July 10
> Port80 with Mark Pesce, July 10
> Nth Sydney WordPress Meetup, July 11
> Go Hack Night, July 11
> Health Tech Meetup, July 11
> Events for creatives
> GreenUps: Sydney's Green Drinks, July 2
> Half the Sky II Film Screening, July 3
> Conservation of Nature, July 3
> The Future of Paper Books, July 4
> Street Photographers Meetup, July 6
> Offline Community Management, July 9
> Quantified Self Meetup, July 9
> Intro to Travel & Food Writing, July 11
> 3D Printing in Action Workshop, July 11 [15% off code = fetch]
> Designer Breakfast, July 12
> Design meets Digital Seminar, July 12
> Featured call for entry: Sydney Design Awards
> The 2013 Sydney Design Awards program is accepting entries from designers now through Aug 1. Don't miss this great opportunity to have your work recognized and celebrated, enter now!
> Cool jobs
> Education and Marketing Producer, GA
> Business Dev Manager, Getty Images
> Web Developer, The Iconic
> Finance Manager, Anchor
> American Ops Dev Manager, ASSOB
> Interested in promoting your jobs? More here
> The Fetch = Globe's Top 20 Hottest Startups
> Unexpected surprise last week when startup ranking tool Mattermark ranked us 16 in the globe's Top 20 Hottest Growth Startups (it's data not PR-driven)! See the full list here.
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> "Don't worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good, you'll have to ram them down people's throats." ~ Howard Aiken
> These links were hand-picked by:
> Hannah DeMilta (Sydney curator) // Kate Kendall (founder + CEO)
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