Sketching Smart Things 2: the BayCHI version

Last night I presented a version of the Sketching Smart Things talk I gave last month at CHIFOO to BayCHI. It was an honor to be invited to speak there because BayCHI is such an institution in the HCI world and because the talk was in the PARC auditorium, feet from where the core concepts of ubiquitous computing were first formulated. Thank you, BayCHI and Rashmi!

The presentation is available on Slideshare:

And as a 710K PDF where you can see a complete transcript of my talk in the notes.

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