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Festival passions, recorded and hidden in your cell phones

July 29th, 2012 by Graham Attwell

This is a Bing generated translation from an entry on the SMIAF festival page on Facebook by Lorenzo Bugli.

But it is not bad and gives an idea of what Dirk and I are doing next weekend. I really like the idea of “passions, recorded and hidden in your cell phones”. Details to follow in next 48 hours 🙂

“WEB RADIO: SMIAF presentation during the days of the festival (3-4-5 August), Graham Attwell (Wales) and Dirk Stieglitz (Germany), employees of the University of Bremen, will take care of the post-broadcasting, at European level, of the bands and groups of the Festival through 2012 SMIAF web radio: an attempt of digitalize San Marino and its services.

From Friday, August 19, 3 hours by visiting www.smiaf.org, you can watch live concerts of the evening, then continue during Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 (from 17 onwards) with a respectable schedule: interviews with the artists, staff and visitors of the 5th Edition, chats, posts of guests and participants in workshops, the whole interspersed by good music programme directly from the Workstation 6 (Bruno Reffi).

The invitation is also to come forward, tell her why not, share their music and their passions, recorded and hidden in your cell phones, iPhones and other devices. In programming, a special moment will be dedicated to the theme “a digital agenda for San Marino (http://www.isolasanmarino.com/2012/07/1244/) to begin to collect and share cutting-edge ideas to make our Republic about the digitalization of services and possibilities offered by” digital society “. Graham and Dirk, now European fans of SMIAF, founded in 1999 the Pontydysgu Ltd., which deals with new technologies, education and sharing of knowledge. Present in San Marino at the festival for the second year in a row, along with the organisers, European friends and young staff will create the SMIAF WEB RADIO!.”

In (probably rather better) Italian:

“Durante i giorni del festival (3-4-5 agosto), Graham Attwell (Galles) e Dirk Stieglitz (Germania), collaboratori dell’Università di Brema, si occuperanno del post-broadcasting, a livello EUROPEO, delle band e dei gruppi del Festival 2012 tramite la SMIAF web radio: un tentativo di digitalizzare San Marino e i suoi servizi. Da venerdì 3 Agosto ore 19, visitando il sito www.smiaf.org, si potranno seguire in diretta i concerti della serata, per poi proseguire durante sabato 4 e domenica 5 (dalle 17 in poi) con un palinsesto di tutto rispetto: interviste agli artisti, allo staff e ai visitatori della V edizione, chiacchierate di passaggio, interventi di ospiti e partecipanti ai workshop, il tutto intervallato dalla buona musica in programma, direttamente dalla postazione 6 (Campo Bruno Reffi). L’invito è anche quello di farsi avanti, dire la propria e perché no, condividere la propria musica e le proprie passioni, registrate e nascoste nei vostri cellulari, iphone e altri dispositivi. All’interno della programmazione, un momento particolare verrà dedicato al tema “Un’agenda digitale per San Marino” (http://www.isolasanmarino.com/2012/07/1244/) per iniziare a raccogliere e condividere idee per rendere all’avanguardia la nostra Repubblica circa la digitalizzazione dei servizi e le possibilità offerte dalla “digital society”. Graham e Dirk, ormai fans europei dello SMIAF, hanno fondato nel 1999 la Pontydysgu Ltd, che si occupa di nuove tecnologie, pedagogia e condivisione dei saperi. Presenti a San Marino al festival per il secondo anno consecutivo, insieme agli organizzatori, amici europei e giovani dello staff, daranno vita alla SMIAF WEB RADIO!”

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