show in London is fast approaching and we want your help to decide what we should do for the bit-tech talks
we’ll be holding there.
The talks will take place in a small room built into our stand and can cover anything that you guys would like to hear us talk about. We’ll be running four or five talks a day, and places will be strictly limited as the room is only able to accommodate between 10 and 15 people.
Once we've decided on the schedule, we'll let you book your place at whichever talks you want to sit in on (or be a part of).
So, if you have a burning question you want to ask us, or if you want to hear our various opinions on pressing issues and hot topics of the day, now is your chance to say so.
We’ll aim to have a panel of three or four bit-tech
staff there to take part in the talks, and we’ll be welcoming questions from the audience too. Essentially, think of the sessions as a geeky Question Time.
To get you started, here are some of the ideas that we’re currently batting around the office. Feel free to rubbish them before telling us what you’d actually like to hear us talk about, though.
- The current state of the CPU market
- How to become a games journalist
- Is the media PC dead?
- The future of the PC
- Overclocking question and answer session
- Overclocking masterclass with LGA1155 or Socket AM3
- The rise of OnLive and cloud computing
- Favourite cheesecake
While we invite anyone to suggest topics, themes and debates, you'll need to attend the LITS show to actually take part in the talks. It's being held in London' s Excel Centre in the Docklands area, so get your ticket now
Leave your support (or not) for the above ideas - plus your own suggestions for topics and issues to discuss - in the forum