Secure the Volume – Kentucky video

The video of my presentation at the University of Kentucky. [Update: the higher resolution version has replaced the earlier one] The slides are somewhat blurred and the audience questions quiet, but may be of interest.

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13 Responses to Secure the Volume – Kentucky video

  1. I almost started clapping at the end of the lecture…

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  5. An incredibly interesting session. Thanks for sharing

  6. The image of the wall with the landscape painted on it (lacking the Palestinian village that should be visible) was amazing (minute 25 ish?). Great talk.

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