During Joe Sabia's four minute speech, he presents an exciting account of technology's role in storytelling. Joe Sabai introduces the audience to Lothar Meggendorfer, the man who first revolutionized storytelling with the creation the of pop-up storybook. Joe Sabia tracks the evolution of storytelling from Lothar's novel invention to Shakespeare appearing on Facebook.
Using an iPad to share his message with the audience, Joe Sabia describes how the art of storytelling has remained unchanged over the past 6000 years, but the tools used to convey these stories have consistently transformed. From cavemen engraving cautionary tales on rocks to the introduction of moving film and the tweeting of tales on Twitter, the way the world shares stories is constantly transforming, but the joys and excitement it brings appear to be everlasting.
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Joe Sabia Keynotes
The Joe Sabia speeches focus on technology’s role in storytelling; he is an independent...