Herbert, Rob and I were at the Coalition for Networked Information Fall 2009 Membership Meeting in Washington DC, December 14-15, 2009. The CNI meetings are always good and this one was no exception. We gave a presentation about Memento (direct link on vimeo):
Memento: Time Travel for the Web from CNI Video Editor on Vimeo.
Note that this presentation was based on the initial version of Memento first presented in November 2009, not the slightly updated version from February 2010.
While we were there, we were also interviewed by Gerry Bayne of EDUCAUSE. Here's an embedded version of the interview:
Also at CNI Fall 2009, Rob gave a presentation about the Open Annotation Collaboration (OAC), of which I am on the technical committee. Rob's presentation is also available:
Interoperable Annotation: Perspectives from the Open Annotation Collaboration from CNI Video Editor on Vimeo.
We also did a short interview about OAC with EDUCAUSE:
Rob has also uploaded the demo from that presentation to YouTube, although this version does not have the necessary narration (listen to the CNI video for that). He's also posted the slides.