While in Brazil for FISL 8.0, a film crew with Celepar was wandering around interviewing, filming and taking pictures of the speakers. They found me in the hacking room where keithp and i were sharing a table in quietude. They had a small list of questions to ask me, mostly about KDE, and asked if I would participate in their film project. Of course, I said I would and so they started. But they didn't actually ask me any of their prepared questions. Instead they asked me to say something about the topic of their film: free knowledge. I think the idea was that I'd say a little something about free knowledge and then we'd talk about KDE. Or something like that. Instead I went on a huge ramble about free knowledge, some of the reasons why it is so important and how free software helps ensure free knowledge. Then they asked me what I knew about Celepar, I rambled a bit more, and then all a-smile they packed up their things and thanked me for my time.
The result is this 5:21 of video. Given that I was speaking on my feet (nothing was prepared) I think it came out Ok.
Update!: Fabián was nice enough to encode the video in Ogg format so you don't need proprietary software to view it! Fabián: You rock! The link to the ogg can be found in the comments to this blog entry.
Oh, and as you can see, I'm using capital letters in this blog entry. Don't get used to it though. I'm doing it just so those who whinge about my love affair with the lower case will leave me alone for at least this one entry. ;)
hugs and kisses, aseigo.