Notes on a Keynote and our presentation

During Andrew Keen’s keynote speech, we examined the Internet as a platform for human narcissism to become the driver in our culture. I’m either exemplifying this at the moment by blogging or maintaining my sanity. Because what I really sense here is a particularly painful lament for the old models of media business and cultural authority. Is the death of the music business bad for bands or fans? It’s only truly bad for the so-called taste-makers and other parisitic capitalist middleware. Then came our CATS presentation, which went very well – really good questions about total cost of adoption of a Wiki, both in terms of our development time and overall $$$, which of course we know almost nothing about.

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