Monday, November 23, 2009

Practical Chickenfoot Presentation

Today I gave a guest lecture on Chickenfoot to Monzy's course on mashups at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts. The presentation is available online as a Google Doc. Unlike previous talks on Chickenfoot, this one focused on practical examples of how to use it rather than the research behind it. This was a nice change because I actually got to sit down with a classroom full of first-time users of Chickenfoot as they went through the exercises. Thanks to Monzy and his students at ITP for having me!


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