I was on a panel of vendors at Computers in Libraries last week, talking about the future of ebooks. It was streamed by the fine folks at This Week in Libraries (I got to have lunch with Erik and Jaap! yay!), and my talk is at the beginning of that stream but the first minute or two is cut off — they may be putting up an HD version and I’ll tell you if that happens. (ETA: here you go!)
I also have an export of me rehearsing this in Keynote you can have a look at (as it’s a preliminary version please forgive the minor errors). (ETA: now, embedded! Thanks, Vimeo.)
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There’s also a final version of the slides [pdf]; they’re CC BY-NC-ND and I’m happy to provide other formats if that’s more useful to you.
I admit: I’m quite proud of this talk. I hope you enjoy it, and I invite debate.