These events include four talk digital events: on censorship on the 6th, on game design on the 9th, on mobile games on the 11th and on games and learning on the 18th. The talk digital events are being held at different times so please check our calendar or the digital hub’s website to make sure you know the correct start time and venue. See <LINK><ADDRESS></ADDRESS><LTEXT>here.</LTEXT></LINK><br /><br />On the 5th of May we will see the winners of the Republic’s Dare to be Digital Heat announced by Noel Dempsey TD, Minister for Communications, Marine & Natural Resources. This event will take place at 1pm in the Digital Hub.<br /><br />Also on the 5th Exhibit 8 will open and will run for the rest of May. This exhibition will focus on emerging interfaces and communication technologies. The exhibit can be visited during office hours in the Warehouse behind the Digital Hub’s Information Office on Thomas Street. <br /><br />According to the publicity blurb ‘The exhibition aims to showcase new developments in gaming from both a consumer and developer perspective. Exhibits will include the latest developments from, Nintendo, Xbox and Vivendi plus PONGMECHANIK by Niklas Roy, celebrated Machinima animation Red vs Blue. Many other games and gadgets will be on show, from an open sourse flight simulator to a selection from Sony Entertainment.’<br /><br />Finally on the 9 and 10th of May the Digital Hub is hosting a Game Careers Expo and anyone wishing to study games in college will find this event useful. Attandance is free. <br /><br />For those of you from outside Dublin it might be worth calling up old friends and booking some floor space for May!<br /><br />More info: <LINK><ADDRESS></ADDRESS><LTEXT></LTEXT></LINK>