Tagged: economics

experiments in virtual communication

I have been playing with different formats to explain what ecological economics is about. Here’s the latest:

You get to hear the speaker, in this case Michael, as well as read my response. It seems to be similar in format to jaxing, where we align as listeners. Something like this exists during live conferences, where people have muted conversation on twitter for example.

Along similar lines, I have been experimenting with capturing live writing, as well as being sensitive to the live reader, for example:

Other experiments have involved producing slideshows, eg:


After an interesting conversation with the rather remarkable Tudor Tarlev, I am encouraged to produce explanations for different people. A few slides, a short video. For graduates, fathers, financial experts, and so on.