I’m giving a talk tomorrow morning at Open Society Institute’s New York headquarters, simulcast to the office in Budapest. It’s the opening talk in a series of talks on Knowledge Management, as OSI tries to figure out how to better handle information sharing within the vast and complicated organization. My hope is not to talk about conventional KM at all – intranets, shared calendars, groupware – and instead talk about how new “read/write web” technologies change how we conduct research and advocacy.
I’ve posted a vast slide deck – mostly so that anyone with questions about the talk can refer to the slides. You probably don’t want them… unless, of course, you do. (They’re 12MB. Be merciful to my poor beleaguered server…)
Nart and I gave a talk that involved almost 200 slides on Friday… now I’m giving a talk that involves almost 90. I wonder if that’s some sick sort of record. (Probably not. Lessig’s 10 minute talks tend to involve 100+ slides…)
Maybe I’ll actually get around to posting the second Week in Review post I promised on Monday after I give this talk tomorrow…