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Please Look After This Englishman or "I met him on the internet"
Thursday, December 1, 2011 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
Dec 1st 2011
I invite you to join me in an evening of stories and songs inspired by a month-long trip across the USA.
During March 2011 I travelled coast to coast from San Francisco to New York City via a crowd of people that I knew from the internet, asking for direction on my blog and Twitter.
The purpose of the trip was not to see whether it *could* be done, or even how cheaply or directly it could be done. Rather, I wanted to see what happened if I set myself on one side of a continent and allowed my existing social network to help me get to the other side. Or as I said before setting out: "What happens when I let go of control and ask for help?"
I knew that if I did it, I would come back with some stories worth telling. This evening is your chance to hear a few of them, including The Sauna in Seattle, Mardi Gras in Milwaukee and Making Mozzarella in Maine!
Join me and my ukulele on a heart-warming ramble over 8,000 miles of railway track and the spare rooms and sofa beds of suburban America.
There'll be another show next week too, look out for announcements from @lloyddavis
C4CC can't serve booze so bring your own beverage :)
I'll be passing the hat for donations, bring folding money!
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Lloyd Davis is a social artist and master community builder. He has been blogging and podcasting since 2004. With a diverse background that includes theatre, information management and public service regulation he has acquired a unique, in-depth and practical understanding of the social web and building rich relationships online and off-. Having founded London’s highly influential Tuttle Club which regularly attracts the UK’s brightest social media thinkers and doers, Lloyd speaks, writes and consults about these uses of social technology and is currently Social Artist in Residence at the University of London’s Centre for Creative Collaboration.