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Posted in Presentations at Monday, 04 September 2006 14:22 W. Europe Daylight Time

Presentations thrill me, especially if they're carefully designed and held professionally. Because I'm always interested in good content presented in an efficient and entertaining way I've collected some presentation links over the last months. All presentations show great skills and also have thoughtful content. I would like to share the best videos here.

  • Is Google Book Search "Fair Use"? Lawrence Lessig talks about copyright issues with the Google Books project.
  • Free Culture Another great presentation by Lawrence Lessig in which he discusses the changes applied to the copyright laws and their implications for almost everything we do on a daily basis.
  • Identity 2.0 Dick Hardt shows his excellent presentation skills talking about identity on the web.
  • The Great Failure of Wikipedia Jason Scott talks about the processes inside Wikipedia and their often-unintended consequences.
  • All Marketers are Liars Seth Godin presents in front of Google employees analyzing their ability to tie their customers not only by cutting-edge technology but rather by making the services better than the ones provided by their competitors.
  • The Art if the Start Guy Kawasaki on entrepreneurial challenges and the business plan.
  • Seth Godin at Gel 2006 where presents on his This Is Broken project. Very funny indeed.

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