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Presentations from last week's MassTLC annual meeting

Posted by Scott Kirsner  April 6, 2010 01:33 PM

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The Mass Technology Leadership Council has posted all of the presentations from last week's annual meeting, including those from Akamai co-founder Tom Leighton; MIT Media Lab prof Pattie Maes; and economist Michael Mandel. There's also this one from MassTLC board member, angel investor, and Avid Technology founder Bill Warner, on growing more big, important companies in the Bay State. It was created using the Web service Prezi, a start-up based in Budapest.

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