It was my privilege last night to give the keynote presentation at the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network’s 10th anniversary party.
Why me? Because when they started out a decade ago, I recognized what a great idea they had and tried to help a bit. What they’ve accomplished since then is remarkable and gives me hope for the future.
Plus, they were having a rockin’ party with an open bar, yet not only did they stop and listen to 15 minutes of my gum flapping, but they quite madly applauded when I talked about the importance of interdependent utility functions. Them’s my kind of nerds.
Here’s my talk.