Roundup of the 59th Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture & Symposium

At the Princeton Club in New York City from October 28-30, 2011, a number of attendees listened to over 20 presenters at the general semantics symposium titled Communication in the 21st Century.  Below is a roundup of the event.

updated 11/7/2011

  • New media producer and social marketer Aimée Davison’s presentation on Saturday has been posted to YouTube.  Click here to view the video and two videos related to her presentation.
  • IGS Webmaster and Trustee Ben Hauck managed the Twitter feed for the symposium using his cell phone and the IGS Twitter account (http://www.twitter.com/InstituteofGS). The event used the “#akml2011″ hash-tag.  People not in attendance for the symposium could follow along to bits of the presentation by following Twitter.

Click here for more roundup of the 2011 symposium.

2011-11-07T13:06:47+00:00 November 9th, 2011|Events, News, Press, Roundups, Updates, Video, Website Related|2 Comments

2 Comments

  1. Devkumar Trivedi January 8, 2012 at 7:47 am - Reply

    Are the papers presented at the Symposium in Oct. 2011, available for reading and scholastic referencing in
    a full text on a website
    b full text in print/journal
    c audio recording of each presenter
    d video and audio recording of each presenter.
    Specific information provided on above points [ possibly by the webmaster ] will be highly and thankfully appreciated.

    • IGS Webmaster March 9, 2012 at 2:52 pm - Reply

      I believe papers will be released over time in ETC. Other materials may or may not be released over time. For additional questions/answers, contact IGS.

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