The slides for my TechForum Southwest keynote tomorrow, “So the World is Flat. Now What?” are available as a PDF file (16.7 MB).

With encouragement this evening from Miguel Guhlin and David Jakes, I’m going to attempt a live broadcast of the keynote tomorrow. Haven’t tried this, haven’t tested this, but we’ll give it a shot. To be on the safe side, we’re going to use Miguel’s MacBook for the Ustream feed and not my MacBook which I’ll be using for the presentation. In addition to the keynote which is 8:15 – 9:30 am US central time, we’ll try to Ustream broadcast the breakout session Miguel and I are presenting together from 9:45 to 11:00 am as well, titled “Empowering and Protecting Tomorrow’s Digital Citizens.” The complete TechForum schedule is available.

Here’s the embedded media for the show I set up this evening. Keep your finger’s crossed and we’ll see you online.

If that embed code does not work on your browser, you can alternatively link to this website on Ustream.

Several folks have already left some good comments and suggestions on the “key points” blog post I shared earlier tonight. Feel free to continue contributing to that thread. I’ll be looking those over not only before the start of the conference in the morning, but also this weekend in advance of Monday’s “Oklahoma Distance Learning Conference” in Tulsa.

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  1. Tim says:

    The slides certainly look interesting. Unfortunately, the stream was just too choppy to follow out here in the remote location. That’s probably due to the flaky network connection in my office. Hope the audience at TechForum got a lot out of it.

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