The annotated world literally!

Last week I had the pleasure of delivering a Keynote at the 4th Digital Earth Summit in Wellington, New Zealand. This was a wonderful experience in a number of ways, firstly Wellington really is the coolest little capital on the planet, secondly as always I meet a great bunch of people including some budding entrepreneurs and opengov competition winners in the form  of Friendsafe.

What was really special however was that each keynote presentation was visualised by Pamela from Drawing on Ideas , this is the visualisation of my presentation on the annotated world.

As a presenter is really valuable to see your ideas played back in this way..

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One reply on “The annotated world literally!”

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