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The NTK Festival of Inappropriate Technology

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NTK, our No.2 favourite tech web site, does the community/hang-out/networking thing so much better than us.
It does gigs and stuff and now, hurrah!, a one-day festival, in London.

Called Extreme Computing, the NTK Festival of Inappropriate Technology, is held at the Camden Centre on Sunday 9th June. There's disabled access, licensed bar, food and - what else? The venue holds 600-ish people. And, err, we'll let you know when NTK tells us more about the score. We've asked if we can come along for the ride, and NTK has graciously permitted El Reg's presence.

We'll have a stall, flogging NTK's exceedingly witty T-shirts and other stuff. And I may chair some conference-type thing.

We'll come back to you when the web site, the entrance fee, the programme, the booths etc. have been fixed. In the meantime, email me if you have any questions, or would like to be involved, run a kebab stall. ®

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