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This is a guest post by Gabriel Shalom, founder of the KS12 Creative Studio. Over the last couple of years, Gabriel and his team have been developing a new concept for creating storytelling videos for conferences and following their recent participation at the Portland Incubator Experiment (PIE) I invited him to present it on Conference […]

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Lovely video shot at Burning Man 2011 based on famous writer of children books Dr. Seuss‘s final book before his death. Oh, the Places You’ll Go! deals with life and its challenges, ups and downs and how to get over them. The video-story acts also as a presentation of at least one of the sides of […]

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I have such a backlog of content and interviews so I decided to increase my to-do list by curating a new weekly section: Friday Speaker – AKA interesting presentations from events around the world. The first presentation is by  David Heinemeier Hansson (web, twitter), co-founder of the innovative cloud-based software company 37 Signals and co-author of the […]

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Laurent Haug (blog, twitter), French entrepreneur and founder of the LIFT Conference (Switzerland, France, Korea), thinks there are three main directions that are influencing the Future of Conferences: conferences need to be more porous, come back to the moment and decentralize. These phenomenon move in separate directions or axis and pose extremely relevant challenges to […]

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I asked the famous online entrepreneur Robin Good from Master New Media his opinion on what is going to be the future of conferences. In this first part he describes how a conference is going to be “extended”: Starting way before the physical event (if there is one) and lasting a long time after the […]

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