Getting down to business

An exclusive gathering, the conference takes place in a single meeting room at Florida International University. Talks are short – most limited to around 30 minutes, with quite a few clocking in at around 15 minutes. The organizers also leave room for so-called unsolicited response sessions, where folks get up to pose questions to the group for debate. In all, it’s very collegial. This is a shot of the conference room at FIU during a presentation by Sean McBride of Critical Intelligence.

An exclusive gathering, the conference takes place in a single meeting room at Florida International University. Talks are short – most limited to around 30 minutes, with quite a few clocking in at around 15 minutes. The organizers also leave room for so-called unsolicited response sessions, where folks get up to pose questions to the group for debate. In all, it’s very collegial. This is a shot of the conference room at FIU during a presentation by Sean McBride of Critical Intelligence.

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