A number of people have asked if the video that was shown at the Intel keynote on Tuesday is available online, so I just wanted to throw the link up here for anyone interested. Be advised it’s a .mov file that requires the latest version of QuickTime (free) and is a whopping 27 meg (though in these days of fast connections that may not be as whopping…) To me at least, it’s an amazing couple of minutes, and I really can’t articulate how really lucky I feel to have been the subject of all of this. But it gives an absolutely great overview of what Weblogs have meant at our school. If you take the time, please let me know what you think.
That’s goosebumply good stuff — inspiring, really. Reminds me that video can be so powerful in illustrating the impact of a topic. We get so immersed in our words, and blogging enforces that text dependency. Makes you consider the ramifications of widespread audio/video blogging with superfast connections…
And it was cool to see what you look like — so slick! Weren’t you nervous?
Tom Hoffman says
The link isn’t working for me. Anyone else having problems?
I’m sold. Well, right, I was already convinced that yours is an exciting experiment. It’s a sharp piece, Will. I’m going to forward the link to our listserv for the Greater Kansas City Writing Project, help spread the word on your work.
Will, great job! Now, when someone asks me about blogging, I can send them to a visual definition that will make believers of them.
Thank you for allowing me to re-post the video on Chasing the Dragon’s Tale