Open Video Conference 2010 · Sunday October 3, 2010
Last year one of the most exciting conferences I “attended” was the Open Video Conference, a two-day summit to explore the future of video. I say “attended” (in quotes) because I was in Massachusetts at the time, and was only able to catch the video stream. It was an amazing conference, like a jolt to my system, and I’ve been looking forward to physically attending this year’s conference ever since. This year ultimately didn’t live up to all that anticipation, but there were still several strong sessions including the Keynote by Mike Wesch. The pictured session above, The Theory of Remix, featured a great short reading by Eduardo Navas of Remix Theory. It was nice to meet Eduardo after having worked with him on the networked book project for Turbulence.