SITE 2008 Keynote

by | Tuesday, March 18, 2008

The SITE Keynote presentation by Matt Koehler and myself is finally ready to release to the world. I know converting 350 sildes, and synching them to the narration was a huge task – and Matt has already spent countless hours on this. He ended up with a 60 GB file (yeah that’s Gigabytes!) which then Ken Dirkin and Matt squeezed and compressed into this 48MB download. Do not try this over a dialup connection.

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15 Comments

  1. Aplicaciones VoIP

    Awesome keynote. Thanks a lot.

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  2. Erik

    Thanks Matt. I loved the part on the red rubex cube!

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  3. cheap public liability insurance

    I saw the presentation at my friends house. Wanted to say how inspiring it was. Really enjoyed it.

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  4. Alin

    Liked the presentation very much.

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  5. Windows-Help

    A little late but i love the presentation as well! it takes a lot of download but it was worth!

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  6. puzzles

    I bookmarked your site. Thanks for all the reading material. I enjoy reading here!

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  7. Mike Tracy

    Liked the presentation very much. This presentation was referenced by one of the speakers of ISMA 2010 held in Sharjah UAE

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  8. Chase Watts

    Wow! I normally don?t do too much commenting on blogs, but I have to say that this was a excellent post! Keep the great posts coming and I will be sure to bookmark your blog 😉

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  9. Mike P

    Awesome keynote. Thanks a lot.

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  10. glen coleman

    Punya,

    Amazing presentation. Love it. Members of my faculty will watch it during our professional development sessions, and it will produce exciting collegial discussions.

    thank you for your good work.

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    • Punya Mishra

      Thanks Glen. Appreciate the kind words.

      Reply
  11. Onlinespiele

    Wow, thats one really amazing keynote, i still dont get why in German Universities such presentations are something really rare.

    Reply
  12. Punya Mishra

    Thanks Sean. It was a lot of fun to create… though it does take time. I know Matt and I put in quite a bit of effort into this. Love your blog.

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  13. Sean

    i am still amazed by this presentation.
    i suggested a format of this type to my principal at the beginning of school this year. we work really well together… and this format would almost perfectly fit our personalities.

    of course, we didn’t have the time to pull if off, so we didn’t try. i still aspire to the greatness seen here! seriously. very engaging for this genre. wow.

    Reply
  14. Daniel

    I’m still baffled about how you guys manged to compress the 60gb. Thanks for posting the keynote – it was definitely the highlight of the conference. You and Matt are light years ahead.

    Reply

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