Based on the feedback I got, attendees seemed to enjoy it.
Looking back, it was profoundly "out of body" to sit in my studio in Scottsdale and know that everything I was saying and showing on my laptop was being watched literally all over the world in real time.
For my whole career, "broadcasting" was something I've always gone to formal TV facilities to participate in. Never my day to day workspace.
That curse/phrase "May you live in interesting times!" has never felt more real to me.
Anyway, if you're interested in the subject, check it out.
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