SEVERAL TIMES EVERY DAY, someone like Conor O'Neill at right stops by and looks at the "events" directory on my blog, perhaps because they know they'll discover something worth doing--and in November, that big event would be Barcamp Cork. Since the venue is less than a 62-minute drive from my front door, I'm pointing the batmobile towards the Cork Webworks on Saturday the first of November. We expect to run a minibus with eight students aboard to bolster the presence of the Tipperary delegation. Two years ago, our creative multimedia students learned the essence of start-ups by chatting with more than 10 different entrepreneurs in the hallways of the Webworks. Afterwards, they enjoyed some very tasty cheese sandwiches at Cafe Gusto and the best hot chocolate in Ireland at O'Conaill's in the French Church section of the main Fussgangerzone of Cork. We expect nothing less than the same high-quality day this year. If the organisers permit us, we're going to upstream Barcamp Live through the use of our technology with Online Meeting Rooms. We have a cadre of sharp creative multimedia students eager to earn academic credit while producing high-resolution video moments and we believe the dynamic nature of Barcamp Cork, from the meeting rooms to the hallway conversations, offers an ideal place to record four-minute videoclips and 10-minute audio interviews.