My notes, links, quotes and case studies from the 20-minute presentation I gave for iXperience Friday on Facebook Live with IBM iX on 27th March 2020. I covered a lot of content so I thought it might be helpful to share all the links for anyone who is interested.
Since we’re all locked up for the foreseeable future and resigned to communicating via WebEx, Zoom, Teams and Skype, I thought I’d share some useful advice of giving better online presentations. (Including some insights about the carbon footprints of webinars!)
“After the final no comes a yes.
And on that yes, the future world depends”. Wallace Stevens
A new cut from Uber-celebrity photographer Rankin with Richard Curtis for Extinction Rebellion. Well made. Well shot. Well told. Rankin shot me last year. Was quite a day. I haven’t … Continue reading #WhereIsYourPlan
One of the most important films of recent years is Chasing Coral. The breathtaking story of an advertising exec who decided he didn’t want to help people sell more stuff anymore. He wanted to protect the ocean instead.
One guys obsession to inspire people to care about the climate crisis, by showing them photographs instead of data.
Saving The Planet Begins At Breakfast by Jonathan Safran Foer
HOMO SAPIENS. “Wise Man”? Not so much…
9 minutes 49 seconds of cinematic gorgeousness that will inspire and inform you. Kudos @FT
“You can change the world just by sharing your (short) story”.
“After the final no there comes a yes / And on that yes the future world depends.”
― Wallace Stevens #LeadonClimate @AlGore @ClimateReality
Which are the “best” TED talks on climate change? Not just the ones with the most views. I asked IBM’s artificial intelligence to help me find out.