Data Quality Keynote Audio is Available Online
This was one of the better-received keynotes I've given. Maybe because it was totally unrehearsed, or maybe because the audience was hopped up on sugar and happy to have me end exactly on time for lunch.
Firstlogic put the audio and slides of my iSummit keynote up at their web site (registration required). This is a replay of the webcast from the conference, so it's a timed slide show and audio. A PDF containing copies of the slides is available on the playback page.
They use Interwise software to stream the audio and video, which unfortunately requires a client download and doesn't work with Mozilla / Firefox. I'll try to create an mp3 and post it and the PDF here after I get a copy of the audio back from them. I want non-Microsoft users to enjoy me as much as I do. The Firstlogic site is best if you use IE because the slides are synchronized with the audio, making the presentation easier to follow. I like the Interwise software for webcasting better than many of the other packages I've seen, even if it is Microsoft-centric.
Update: Jose Cardenas has been kind enough to post an AVI for me (53MB).
Posted by Mark Tuesday, November 23, 2004 6:45:00 PM |