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140 Characters Conference NYC 2010 iPad SketchNotes

April 20th, 2010 · 2 Comments · information design, Information Visualization, sketchnotearmy, storytelling, visual sensemaking

(link to the set of SketchNotes)

Above is a slideshow of SketchNotes I created at day 1 of the 2010 NYC 140 Characters Conference.

Jeff Pulver assembled an amazing roster of people to speak at the conference, from NBC’s Ann Curry, to MC Hammer, to Jay Rosen.
They, and many other speakers, discussed the implications of what Pulver calls “Now media” for business and society. “Now media” is the combination of emerging social platforms with older media forms.

jeffrey hazlett at 140 Conference NYC 2010

Jeff Hayzlett, the Chief Marketing Officer at Kodak, gave a moving talk about the power of helping people sharing emotional moments.

David Carr: Why Twitter Will Endure

New York Times writer David Carr explained why he though Twitter will continue to thrive, summarized above in key words.

To see video clips of all the speakers, check here.

Thanks to R/GA for lending me the iPad for the day. R/GA is a visionary international digital design company. I am honored that they worked with me on this.

Technical Notes:

I drew the SketchNotes on an iPad using a Pogo stylus and the SketchBook Pro App.

link to the set of SketchNotes

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