I was just looking at the Office MSDN site and I saw that they have a section up there for the Microsoft Office System Developers Conference 2006, including videos. I was honoured to speak at this conference and I introduced the OneNote API for the first time. I just saw that my video was posted online, see here:
Presenter: Daniel Escapa; 61 minutes (202 MB)
Get an introduction to the new OneNote 2007 API, now offering full data export/import and automation functionality.
Just click on the link and it will download/open the WMV of my presentation. You can't see me, thankfully, but you can see my slides, the demos and a voiceover explaining it all. Please excuse me if I sound nervous this was my first presentation and I wasn't sure how I was going to do. Please check this out, I also heard from some people that they wanted to see demo code, you can see the samples here in the video and I also have the code posted here: OneNote 2007 API Sample Code & Demos from TechEd. Yes I did just copy a lot of samples from one conference to the next : )
If you just want to learn about the API please go to 11:10 where I end the product demo and go into the API.