The speakers (and singers) we enjoyed over the past two weekends.
The lady talking about the cultural significance of zombies in relation to holocaust imagery was novelist, journalist and writer for video games, Naomi Alderman. She's on Twitter as @naomialderman and here's her website.
The zombie outbreak emergency action panel here were, left to right:
* Kim Plowright, top digital producer and knower of everything technological, interactive and cutting-edge. She's on Twitter where she cites her blog.
* David Varela, writer of everything, working across all the media you can imagine. Also on Twitter and here.
* Mary Hamilton, journalist, zombie larper and all-round top drawer geek. She has a very interesting website and also Tweets.
* Daniel Nye Griffiths, tech/geek culture/gaming etc journalist for the likes of Forbes and WIRED UK. He's on Twitter of course, and has a website too.
Jake Eliot hosted the panel magnificently, friend him on Twitter.
Then we had my former history tutor Dr Ralph Harrington explaining why volcanoes are even more dangerous than you think. He's (great) on Twitter and of course has a fascinating website.
Former editor of Predictions magazine Tania Ahsan was up next, you'll do well to heed her warnings about using rhyming couplets in your prophesies. Twitter and web.
Next we had the science part. Physics teacher Alby Reid told us what to do in the event of a nuclear strike. You can find him on a popular microblogging site, and regular updates on his excellent blog.
The next science speaker with his countdown of space threats was Dr Lewis Dartnell, an author, researcher and astrobiologist we borrowed from the UCL. He's here and here.
Then Jake's very interesting talk about the extraordinary End Times demands of Puritanism ended the day.
The Dinosaur Planet cast are Mark "MJ" Hibbett, internet superstar behind B3TA's viral "Hey Hey 16K" and @carsmilesteve. Watch the video here, it's ace.
Sarah Angliss came from all the way from Brighton to tell us about Protect & Survive monthly magazine and the shelter experiment. She's a scientist, an inventor, a musician and a genius. Web and Tw.
Disaster manager Vinay Gupta is online, of course, and has already uploaded a video of his talk from Sunday. Also on Tw.
Alex Preston is the chap who played the speaking in tongues CD and whose friends all joined cults when he was at university. He read from his new book The Revelations and you can find out everything about him here and talk to him using short, timely messages, here.
The two women who study cults for a living are Sarah Hardy and Suzanne Newcombe, and their internet home is http://inform.ac/
Finally, the very funny Ivor Baddiel, who absolutely wasn't late (my fault; we lost a speaker at the last minute and I forgot to tell him everyone had moved up by 20 minutes) is a sporadic tweeter but perhaps you could use his imdb page as a gateway to your stalking.
I hope you enjoyed the apocalypses.