Content summary: Shel (in person) and Neville (via Skype) present the keynote address at the luncheon session of “Where Content and Technology Meet” on Friday, March 24, 2006 at the Radisson Hotel in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. The conference was organized by the International Association for Online Communications, and members of the Philadelphia chapter of PRSA were invited (about 20 attended). You can download the PowerPoint presentation that accompanied the talk so you can follow along as you listen. Note: the Skype connection wasn’t the best, so Neville’s voice drops every now and then.
Show notes for March 23, 2006
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