My Web 2.0 Keynote Presentation
I've been working on the presentation with a young man named Jeremy Bogdan. Jeremy read my post seeking a graphic designer to help me with my presentation. Although he did not meet the test of someone who had lived through the past fifteen years of NYC's Internet scene, I could not resist his energy and enthusiasm for the project.
Before I had even made a decision on who to hire (building the presentation for me is a paid gig), he was sifting through the wiki page and sending me slides. He just wanted it more than anyone else and so I hired him.
We've been working on the presentation pretty much every day for the past week and a half and it's up on Jeremy's flickr account for anyone to see. We have a few more slides to do and a couple are in there as placeholders but I'd say its at least 90% complete.
The slides are designed to be "background music" for the talk I am giving. If you don't see something you think is important in the presentation, there's a good chance it's in my talk but just didn't make it onto the slides.
That said, if you think we missed something big, please let me know in the comments.
Finally, I'd like to thank everyone who helped by contributing to the wiki. I am not sure I could have done this without your assistance. If you aren't going to make it to the web 2.0 NYC conference, I hope you will still be able to see my talk because they are filming it and I will ask them to allow me to post it.