purser explores the world

Now available for Parties, MobileFOSS and Angry Beanie

So my time with the Sydney Institute of TAFE has come to an end, meaning that I am now available for parties and weddings.

In MobileFOSS news, I'm going to be putting up the first draft of the schedule later on today. You'll notice a few blank spots, they're waiting to be filled by people with awesome mobile talks. Is that you?

For Science! Purser Explores The World and other Angry Beanie stuff

Well it's been almost a month since I last blogged so here's a bit of a catchup.

For Science! episode 2 was released. I think we're doing pretty well, Maia and Magdeline are excellent co-hosts, combining knowledge, humour and the ability to explain things in non-sciencese in two very cool packages.

We're going to be recording the next episode tomorrow night for release on Friday.

Purser Explores The World - Communicating Science

The next episode of Purser Explores The World, Communicating Science is now available:

It's National Science Week in Australia so I thought I would have a chat with some communicators of science.

Upulie DivisekeraMagdeline Lum and Maia Sauren join me to discuss why they are passionate about science comms, what got them involved, ice cream, harry potter and Sir David Attenborough.

New Purser Explores The World Episode is out

Man it's been a little while since I last posted here, need to fix that.

First up though, there is a new episode of Purser Explores The World out:

Ice Hockey in the land of Sun and Surf

Australia is famous for its sporting prowess. Everyone knows that when it comes to sports such as Cricket, Rugby (of either variety) and Swimming, Australia is up there with the best in the world.

However what people may not be aware of is that Australia, the land of Sun and Surf is home to a thriving and competitive Ice Hockey community.

New episode of Purser Explores The World Is Up

Okay folks the next episode of Purser Explores The World is up over at angrybeanie.com

In this episode we take the spirit of DIY and see how it's being applied to disaster management.