Earlier this week, I gave a talk at the American University Faculty Forum, in which I shared brand new, not-yet-published data from my ongoing series of international surveys about the awareness, consumption, creation, attitudes and ethics of "configurable" cultural forms like mashups, remixes, machinima, memes, and so forth. I had a great time, and fielded some excellent questions from the audience.
AU doesn't half-step, and they had a multi-camera production set up, livestreaming my presentation and projecting my slides onto a gargantuan screen behind me. The video is now archived, as is my presentation, so check it out if you're interested:
And here is the slide show in PDF format: