Nicholas Carr discusses "The Big Switch" at the 2008 CeBIT conference in Hannover, Germany. (Photo courtesy of Deutsche Telekom.)


Called an “exceedingly lucid” speaker by Computerworld, Nicholas Carr has spoken on technology, culture, economics, and innovation at Harvard, MIT, Wharton, Berkeley, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, NASA, the University of Sydney, and Moscow State University and has given keynote addresses at dozens of industry, company, governmental, and professional events in Europe, Asia, and the Americas. Rich with concrete examples and practical advice, Nick's lectures challenge the conventional wisdom, engaging audiences and spurring fresh thinking and constructive debate.

Here is an example of Nick speaking, on cloud computing, at Google's inaugural Atmosphere conference in London:

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