I gave a presentation/workshop this morning introducing 20 folks to wiki. "Collaborative Publishing with Wiki". The session went really well, I think, and there have already been edits by some attendees on the U of C wiki (and perhaps on Wikipedia as well).
Here's an interactive Quicktime version of the presentation. I didn't record audio - I really need to record the full session. If you view it, imagine me talking about stuff, and making things really interesting and clear. It's another modified-Lessigian-style presentation, so no bullet points, and some of the slides may not make too much sense without me talking. If a slide looks odd, imagine something interesting or pithy, and click the mouse to go to the next one...
I borrowed an image from Alan (he got a better shot of the Wiki Wiki Shuttle than I did), and pulled a couple images from Flickr. I also took advantage of the Santa Claus Parade this weekend to illustrate solo vs. group efforts ;-)
You might need to right-click-save-target-as to download the movie - .mov files are being throttled at the U of C right now, so it's taking FOR EVER to load in my browser. Save the sucker to your desktop, and when it's (eventually) done, it'll be completely viewable.