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Saturday, May 7 • 11:00 - 12:00
The Internet Has A Short Memory: A Fireside Chat with Dave Olson

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Don't miss this "Fireside Chat" with Dave Olson, an experienced public presenter who informs and entertains with a unique style including numerous visual aids, analog artifacts and interactive activities.

Dave’s presentations always inspire fresh thinking by evoking the spirit of historical luminaries remixed with anecdotes from 17+ years in web tech and travel to 30 countries.

This time around, he'll riff on topics about future-proofing, disappearing content, the importance of archiving, media research, and documenting and publishing artifacts with an eye towards forever. Along the way will be anecdotes about Radiouserland, Samuel Peyps, Clayoquot blockades, and exploration of other forms of what we now call "social media." 


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Dave Olson

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Dave Olson is a mixed media storymaker and chronic documentarian from his earliest days. Published on topics from Hemp culture in Japan to Telco de-regulation, Dave also makes handmade literary chapbooks, static montage art and renegade documentary podcasts. After covering Olympic games in-person from SLC, Dave co-founded a ground-breaking project for social media coverage during the Vancouver Olympics called the True North Media House... Read More →


Saturday May 7, 2016 11:00 - 12:00
Colwood Room

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