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I just finished a talk and ceremony in celebration of my Canada-US Fulbright Chair at the University of Southern California — my student Andy Sternberg already has the podcast online!


Update: Isaac B2 has pics, too.

11 Responses to “My Fulbright signing ceremony talk”

  1. Michelle

    So glad I made your lunch talk, has led me to some new portals. I am new to USC also and can relate to your comment about the abundance of people and ideas – ah, youth is wasted on the young!
    Thanks again, hope to catch some more of your presentations.

  2. Armchair Anarchist

    Classic photo…three suits, and yourself rocking a piratical V-neck complete with (what I assume are) earbuds a-dangle. Sock it to ‘em, man! :)

  3. Isaac B2

    THe “official” photos everyone is linking to are those of the USC Center on Public Displomacy; who’d of thunk they’d have a Flickr site? That said, I *do* have some of my own, incljuding one showing Cory preparing his notes a scant two minutes before speaking! (That said, he was — as expected — interesting and thought-provoking.) CHeck out

  4. Lance

    Very cool presentation today, I’m glad I attended. Any chance your class lectures will be freely available via podcast (given the gist of the presentation…)?

  5. reno


    It would be nice if you could come to Belgium (in one of our good universities) to talk about your experience (especially blogging on Boing Boing). You are a very good example for young people who want to create their own start-up.

    Don’t hesitate to give us a visit !



  6. John Knowles

    Great event Cory, glad you’re in LA now. I showed up late and it was nearly beyond SRO. I overheard one of the USC folks mention that they hadn’t expected this many people. Something about your “fans” and some “mailing list” etc. etc.


  7. Johnna

    I am blogging my notes on my myspace blog:

    Apologies for the crappy spelling and the fact that I take notes at about 1/10 the speed Cory talks.

    I would also be interested in seeing the journalism student’s notes if he posts them anywhere.

  8. Johnna

    Wonderful lecture! I really loved it.


    Typing up my notes on myspace. I am not the cool journalism student, though (I was with Isaac, sitting to his left). Apologies for the spelling on the blog and the fact that I take notes at about 1/10 the speed Cory talks. If the journalism student is found and his notes are disclosed, I also want to see them.

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