Back in November I gave a 5 minute Ignite talk in Sydney. Here is the video!
Hypothes.is have recently released this presentation they gave at a the Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) conference: It is interesting for me to watch Hypothes.is progress while we develop rbutr alongside them. While many people will compare rbutr to Hypothes.is and other annotation services, watching videos like this really helps to show just how different our […]
The Australian Skeptics will be holding their national convention in Melbourne on the 1st and 2nd of December this year, and I will be participating in it! With a theme of ‘Active Skepticism’ rbutr stands as a prime example of an activity skeptics can do to help get rational arguments in front of people reading […]
Tim Farley held a workshop on the first day of TAM2012 called “The Future of Skepticism Online: Crowd Sourced Activism”. He kindly gave me 10min to explain rbutr to everyone, and this is the video of that presentation…