You've seen most of it before, in other Chambers speeches. It's kind of a mashup, which I guess is very Web 2.0 of him.
Some of the familiar points, in case you missed them from past shows:
To be fair, Chambers had a couple of points that seemed new, or maybe I'm just not recalling them from before:
Chambers was followed by Kevin Martin -- except, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman isn't here; they beamed him in via satellite (not TelePresence, sorry Cisco). The ensuing "conversation" consisted of teleprompter-aided questions asked by Walter McCormick and Grant Seifert of the United States Telecom Association (USTelecom) and Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA) , respectively -- really long questions, too, with Martin giving really short answers. It was even more stiff than the picture makes it look:
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