I’ve been watching the flow of content coming out of Illinois, and it’s obvious we have officially
jumped the shark (my bad use of phrase) reached a tipping point in terms of distributing ideas once held only in ballroom walls to the rest of the world. Wondering what future conference organizer is gonna get smart and only allow attendees who:
- Have their own Ustream channels and broadcast live facial reactions of attendees as the session is in progress
- Can Tweet out the best quotes, engage in lively back channel repartee, and live blog the session to their own sites at the same time
- Create a VoiceThread story of the presentation within 10 minutes of finish by incorporating photos taken during the session and uploaded to Flickr, adding voice over narration to contextualize the event, and soliciting video comments from virtual attendees
- Put together a wiki page for the session that collects dozens of various RSS feeds compiled from keyword and tag searches on the presenter’s name, the general topic, del.icio.us bookmarks, YouTube videos and more
- Create a Google Map that identifies where all of the virtual attendees live and helps them upload photos of themselves watching the UStreamed, Tweeted, VoiceThreaded, wikied presentation in progress.
- Conduct a live Skype call with other experts who challenge the ideas being presented and scream out provocative and borderline insulting questions
- Have their own conference space in Second Life where live video and audio of presentation is being streamed and where they have organized a post session social featuring virtual local microbrews and coffees
What am I missing?
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