Tomorrow is the third annual UKGovCamp, when over 100 web people from across government will meet at Google’s offices in ThatLondon to share ideas on how we can use technology to change government for the better.
It’s because of that vision, tenacity and willingness to get up early on a Saturday morning to talk about websites that the UK Gov Web community adopted the nickname Epic Visionaries.
With so many Epic Visionaries in attendance, I’ve decided to raffle off the domain name I own – epicvisionary.com – at tomorrow’s event, in aid of the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal.
The nice people at Moo.com have very kindly turned this into an excellent prize package. The winner will not only get the epicvisionary.com domain, but also:
- 1 x 50 Pack of Business Cards (Classic or Green stock)
- 1 x 100 Pack of MiniCards
- 1 x 20 Pack of Postcards
- 1 x 90 StickerBook
- FREE Standard UK Shipping
That’s an additional £50 worth of prizes with which you can show off your Epic Visionary status.
Tickets will be a fiver a strip, with all proceeds going to the DEC Haiti Earthquake Appeal.
For those that can’t make it, you can donate to the DEC Appeal here, and follow the unconference action via the UKGovWeb site. There’ll also be a bunch of active social reporters there on the day who you can follow on Twitter, Flickr, Google Wave, Tumblr, and doubtless all over the interweb.
Keep an eye on the #ukgc10 hashtag. I’ll try and blog on the event next week.