Another Leibniz – audio and slides

I’ve put the audio recording of my AAG talk on Leibniz together with the powerpoint slides, and uploaded it to youtube. I had to re-record the first minute as the recording of that was incomplete, so apologies for the transition there. Hope it is of interest to some.

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2 Responses to Another Leibniz – audio and slides

  1. Steve Mentz says:

    Sorry to bug you again on tech stuff, Stuart — but do you use a FTP plugin to move these big audio files onto your WordPress blog? I just had to get my webhost to do it for me on his control panel, and his system is too complex for me. Is there a nice, easy plugin that you know of?

    Btw, I cited you about 1/3 of the way into the “Poetics of Air” talk, which will become an article in *Postmedeival* in a year or so. Your essay about the mathematics of early globalization — “Missing the Point.”

    • stuartelden says:

      I did buy some kind of upgrade in WordPress that allows me to upload large audio files. I can’t remember exactly which one it was, but it wasn’t that pricey. I guess they restrict this on the free one to stop music uploads. I then discovered, yesterday, that it doesn’t allow video to be hosted on the site. The upgrade for that is $60 per year, and I doubt I will use it that often. I tried vimeo first, but it corrupted the file and the slides didn’t sync properly, so I tried youtube. You can then embed with a bit of html code that youtube gives you.

      Hope that helps – thanks for the interest in my work and citing some of it. I’ve bookmarked your talk and hope to get to it soon.

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