We recently delivered Drawnalism for an online meeting. In fact, it was an online meeting about online meetings! Organised by Judy Rees of the Rees McCann Partnership, and sponsored by InfoQ, this event involved a panel of remote meeting experts, digital breakout rooms, and comments delivered through chat windows. It was a fascinating discussion, which […]
An example of Drawnalism At the Studio animation made in slower time than our In the Moment event graphic recording.
We’ve all seen TED and TEDx videos on the internet, but TEDxSkoll was our first hands-on experience of one of the very well-known events. Eleven speakers spoke for 12-15 minutes each on a variety of topics ranging from anarchism to holocaust denial, from futurism to how satellite imagery displays the impact of humanity on the planet, and the event rounded off […]
Appropriately to our last post on the blog we have also recently been drawn to another cradle for revolution – Boston in the USA.
How to start a non-violent revolution