looks an exciting event but also embarassing since it is going to be my first time to present something in public. although they say talk 20 is not a lecture but a gathering, the crowd appearing in the photos of the website seems big.
besides the event takes place in crownhall!!!

some of the people that are presenting are martin felsen [national winner for the city of the future with his work with urbanlab], paula palombo [director of extension gallery], thomas kearns [young passionate professor at iit dedicated to computers], john jourden [chief editor at archinect] and others. not to forget barbara di grigorio [enthousiastic global woman working at holabird and root] and enrica longo [quite but strong young architect currently researching prefab and mobility in architecture]. please click on names for more information.
more about talk20 after friday!
i am looking forward!

the format of talk20 is predecided:
everybody has to present 20 slides for 20 seconds each. so each powerpoint lasts for 6 min and 40 sec.
talk20 is similar to pecha kucha. i think the idea of these short presentations of creative individuals has started in tokyo.

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Anonymous M+M said...

Kali epitihia! Euxomai o Polis Mis na embneusei. MfX Memos

2/14/2007 11:40:00 PM  
Blogger mave said...

do you have yours ready? can we seeeee it?

2/16/2007 12:03:00 PM  
Anonymous talk20worldwide said...

Hi Zenovia, just wanted to touch base with you and get feedback from your participation in friday's talk20:chicago. We heard it was a great success from Eric(the MC). And we've been getting tons of positive email. We would greatly appreciate it if you could provide us with some feedback. Any ideas/suggestions/comments?

best regards,

Alejandro Biguria

2/17/2007 04:27:00 PM  
Blogger toloudi said...

thanks for the wish ["epiase topo"] and sorry for the delay of this respond but i had an overwhelming week!
my dear friend, i will prepare a post about talk20, since it is over now. from what i heard from the organizer, there is going to be a moment in the near future where all the presentations will be launched on the web!
thanks for the visit.
it was indeed a great success and i am very happy that i actively participated.
the idea behind talk20 is brilliant!

2/19/2007 11:06:00 PM  

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