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20 Photos, 20 Stories
BY PIERRE TREMBLAY-THÉRIAULT
@ VOL 1
ON APR 12, 2013
It has been said that most pictures nowadays are taken with cellphones, rather than cameras. Pierre Tremblay-Thériault had no problem in putting together 20 of his private cellphone pictures, revealing to us the unusual circumstances that lead him to take each of them. (in French)
BY BETHANY WILCOXON
@ VOL 14
ON JUN 13, 2013
Bethany Wilcoxon is dialed in to the latest mobile applications asssiting their users in purchasing goods responsibly. She discusses her personal goals to cut down on spending, and speaks on apps like "Buycott" which encourage consumers to purchase from corporations who are socially and ethically responsible.
Let Me Rest My Phone on Ya Collarbone
BY SAMM BENNETT
@ VOL 109
ON DEC 04, 2013
Photographer, musician, and poetic lyricist Samm Bennett blends elements from all his specialties to form an amazing and hilarious performance pairing Samm's humorous photographic juxtapositions and cunning linguistic chops.
This presentation was recorded at PechaKucha Night Vol. 109, and then performed again at Tokyo Designers Week 2014's PechaKucha Night Vol. 118. It was selected as "Presentation of the Day" on December 31, 2013.
Face to Facetime
BY STEPHEN KOVASH
@ VOL 4
ON OCT 29, 2015
Stephen Kovash explains why he turned off all social media platforms as well as other forms of electronic entertainment in order to have face to "facetime" with other human beings. He hopes this presentation encourages others to turn off their phones and talk in person.
How to Launch a Rocket from Your Smart Phone
BY SPENCER SMITH
@ VOL 16
ON FEB 18, 2016
“They had state of the art technology… [but] an inability to communicate is what jeopardised their mission.”
In “How to Launch a Rocket From Your Smartphone” from PechaKucha Night Madison (Wisconson)’s 16th volume, speaker Spencer Smith debates an urban myth many know well. You may have heard that the smartphone you own is more powerful than the computers that put men on the moon. Do you think that's really true? Is raw computer power the most important component of this question? Once you hear the data from speaker, you could have a different opinion.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Tuesday, March 8th, 2016.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Poster for PKN Denver Vol. 5
PechaKucha Night returns to Denver next week (April 21) for a fifth edition, again at the Buntport Theater. Here's looking forward to a new version of that city's phone-spelling project!
Cellphone Drawing at PKN Buenos Aires
As mentioned in May Groppo's report for PechaKucha Night in Buenos Aires Vol. 14, the event's MC invited the audience to participate in some "phone spelling," inspired by what we've seen at previous editions of PKN Denver. The photo above comes courtesy of Bluevertigo.
Xs and Os at PKN Denver Vol. 7
At PechaKucha Night in Denver Vol. 7, the city continued its tradition of getting the audience to do some mobile phone spelling in the air. As organizer Angela Schwab tells us, "the crowd spelled out XOXO as a way to send love to our cell-phone spelling sister cities in Tel Aviv and Buenos Aires!" There are more photos of the phones in action in this Flickr photoset, and also a video of it all, taken from the stage.
Where to Watch?
For anyone still not sure about where you'll be able to follow the live stream of the "Global PechaKucha Night for Haiti" tomorrow (February 20), you'll be able to do so from the front page of this very site. As we are supported by Ustream -- who is making sure that the stream will be able to handle the high number of people we're expecting to check in -- the stream will also be featured on the front page of the Ustream website. But even better for those of you not at home when it all happens, you'll be able to follow the entire broadcast on your iPhone and Android phone, using the free Ustream Viewer Application.
PKN Atlanta Vol. 16
Atlanta had its 16th PechaKucha Night this past Sunday, and we've already found a Flickr photoset covering the event -- the low-resolution would indicate that the photos were taken with a mobile phone, but it still gives a nice glimpse at what a PKN in Atlanta looks like. The top page of the photoset also includes a list of all the presenters, with plenty of links.
Interaction through Fashion
Receive a hug from thousands of miles away, change the color of your clothing on a whim; this is the future of fashion. In today's Presentation of the Day, "Interaction through Fashion" from a special Tokyo Designers Week 2013 edition of PKN Tokyo Vol. 107, Francesca Rosella (of wearable technology fashion house Cute Circuit) shows off some of her company's new designs and what she predicts the fashion of the future will be like. Cute Circuit has created shirts that can be used to hug someone from across the world, dresses that can be used as a mobile phone, a dress that displays your tweets, and clothes whose color can be changed through a mobile phone app.
Let Me Rest My Phone On Ya Collarbone
Photographer, musician, and poetic lyricist Samm Bennett blends elements from all his specialties to form an amazing and hilarious performance pairing Samm's humorous photographic juxtapositions and cunning linguistic chops. In "Let Me Rest My Phone on Ya Collarbone" from PKN Tokyo Vol. 109, hear Samm's 20 stunningly unique serenades.
A good friend of PechaKucha and a mainstay of the Tokyo music scene, at tomorrow's Tokyo Designers Week event we are very happy to welcome Samm Bennett. Make sure to watch this classic PechaKucha Night presentation by him. ペチャクチャの良きフレンドであり東京ミュージックシーンの支柱でぁる Samm Bennettを明日の東京デザイナーズウィークイベントにご招待。このクラシカルなペチャクチャナイトを見に来てください。
How to Launch a Rocket from Your Smart Phone
“They had state of the art technology… [but] an inability to communicate is what jeopardized their mission.” In “How to Launch a Rocket From Your Smartphone” from PechaKucha Night Madison (Wisconson)’s 16th volume, speaker Spencer Smith debates an urban myth many know well. You may have heard that the smartphone you own is more powerful than the computers that put men on the moon. Do you think that's really true? Is raw computer power the most important component of this question? Once you hear the data from speaker, you could have a different opinion.