Branch AGM & Washing away cave paintings – A technical evaluation

Branch AGM, followed by
Ian Hughes,  Director of Feeding Edge Ltd


The Annual General Meeting of the Oxfordshire Branch of BCS, which will be held on 13th October 2011 at the Oxford eResearch Centre, Keble Road. The meeting will start at 19:30, with refreshments available from 19:00.
This will be followed by “Washing away cave paintings – A technical evaluation” given by Ian Hughes, Director of Feeding Edge Ltd.

I would be grateful if you could make every effort to attend this important event in our calendar.


1.   Apologies for Absence
2.   Minutes of the Annual General Meeting.
3.   Chair’s Report
4.   Treasurer’s Report
5.   Election of Committee
6.   Any Other Business

Copies of the last AGM Minutes and Officers’ reports are available on the Branch Web Site ( The previous year’s committee is listed on the web site, and all current committee members are happy to remain on the Committee. However we are always looking for new blood, so if you would like to volunteer for the committee, please let us know through the “Contact Us” section of the web site, before the AGM.

Dr. Brian Day
Secretary, BCS Oxfordshire Branch

Ian Hughes presents “Washing away cave paintings”

Ian will talk about the impact of social media, gaming and virtual worlds on the way that we do business. He will suggest that failure to recognise the social and cultural change that these technologies are bringing will have a serious impact. Knowing what is possible now makes it really exciting to think what will be possible in the future when all of these things become connected. Stand by as we explore the future.