After the first two opening keynotes by Jeff Jarvis and Umair Haque and a short break, Andrew Keen entered the stage to talk about the Digital Vertigo. Dubbed the Antichrist of Silicon Valley by some, he surely knows how to provoke opposition by the true believers in the audience.
In his keynote, which he delivered without any slides or stuff like that, he cited John McCain (without naming him) by admitting he doesn't know how to use a computer. Funny, but I have proof this is plain wrong. The photo below shows Andrew Keen sitting in the first row on May 5, playing with his MacBook Pro.
One of those great speeches where it smacks you in the face and says wake up. Like the credit crunch someone has to pay for the free binge of content.
Please go ahead and tell us what you think about it.