short+audio – my Open Source Design slides

In the second day of Wordcamp NYC last month I was asked to repeat my Open Source Design presentation in a 5 minutes version for the whole of the conference audience. I just realized somebody uploaded a video of it to YouTube, but since it’s a bit shaky and the image quality could be better I decided to extract the audio from it and post it with my slides. I am blasting through it, but I still thought you might find it valuable. Enjoy and definitely comment if you would…

3 thoughts on “short+audio – my Open Source Design slides”

  1. Hi Mushon Zer-Aviv,
    First of all congratulations for your 5 minutes lecture, I thinks is one of the best and more complete lecture I have ever seen.
    We have to present our website to some students in Rio de Janeiro and I was wondering if you would not mind if we made some references to your lecture.It will help us a lot to introduce them to the Open Source Design phylosophy

      1. Thanks a lot!
        Lets see how it works.
        Have a look at the web site if you have time, we will apreciate any comments you may have!
        We are trying to make a collaborative platform where designers can share and improve their designs…

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