Is the talk video ever going to be posted? I'd like to see the talk.
The text was fascinating (I read the text a month ago - but the powerpoint file crashed my openoffice so I've only just finally got to see what the fuss was about - It works on Ubuntu maverick but not on Debian squeeze it seems).
Like many people I am amazed at how mild the offensive material is. I do hope Mr Pesce isn't put off giving similar talks in the future - this is the sort of notable talk that makes a conference interesting (at least for me). Notable for the thought-proviking subject matter, not the fuss around the slide images.
Perhaps people are right that it could have been just as effective with blander images - I don't know. That's why I'd like to see the actual presentation and make up my mind, hence my question above. I'm assuming the conference people don't really want to post it because they'd get a load of moaning they can do without. But could anyone else volunteer?
I have no time at all for the people posting here complaining that the document remains online. Every historian knows that original sources are vital in finding out what really happened. I'd have formed totally the wrong idea if I'd gone by the postings talking about the presentation, as opposed to looking at the actual presentation myself. I am very glad that that opportunity remains.