Talks Times Two

This week, I gave presentations on back-to-back days at two extraordinarily different conferences. The American Accounting Association’s annual meeting can only be described as “gigundo.” It filled one hotel, and spilled into a second. My session, on virtual worlds and accounting (!) was one of thirty-one parallel sessions taking place at the time. I knew exactly one other person there.

The IP Scholars conference, on the other hand, was an intimate gathering of researchers from a rarefied and still mildly obscure field, in the same three rooms for two long days, with a bit of a Quaker meeting “everyone speaks as the spirit moves them” ethos.

Both were great fun. As is my usual practice, I’ve uploaded slides and approximate transcripts to my presentations page.