The Paper Renaissance

I’ve now converted the second of my talks from the GOVIS 2007 conference. This one is about Exbiblio – a project to bring paper documents to life by giving them digital capabilities.

You can watch it directly here, if you should be so inclined, or there are links below to versions you can download and play in QuickTime or iTunes if wanted.

These are both H.264-based MP4 files. You can right-click and save them to disk.

IPOD version (71MB) (mirror)
High quality MP4 version (162MB) (mirror)
Windows Media version (100MB)

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