A conversation about the present and future at CNI

Last month I had the great pleasure of opening the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI)’s spring meeting with that group’s leader, Cliff Lynch. We did a kind of co-plenary, a public conversation without PowerPoint or notes. CNI kindly recorded then shared the event, which we called “A Conversation About the Present and the Future of Technology, Knowledge and Culture” :

We followed this up with a free-wheeling breakout session.  As a longtime fan of both Cliff and CNI, I need to stress what a delight and honor this was for me.

On a related note, while in St. Louis I explored the city, which inspired a Cowdbird tale,  “The Revenge of Rust”.

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