Last week we kicked-off our new Sketchnotes channel (www.core77.com/sketchnotes) with "Sketchnotes 101," an overview of a new form of visual thinking. Follow along as Craighton shares his sketchnotes from Nicholas Kristof of The New York Times' keynote address at Internet Week. The journalist shares his thoughts on how the Internet and social media have led revolutions and sparked change, leaving wakes of effect around the world. You can listen to the original address on UStream or simply learn from the video! Thanks to Bastard Jazz Recordings for the soundtrack.
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