Microsoft’s Channel 9 just published the video of my C&B 2012 presentation on universal references. There’s also a link there to the presentation materials in PowerPoint format. (I generally make my presentation materials available only in PDF, but this talk has some animations that end up with some text on top of other text, so I decided to release the PowerPoint version.)
ACCU’s Overload also just published a written version of the same information, so you now have three choices for accessing this content:
I think the distinction between rvalue references and universal references is important, and I would like to see the term “universal reference” become de facto standard, so I encourage you to promote this talk, these presentation materials, and this article as widely as you can.