thinking about presentations, Business Week serves up five great tips to make your presentation almost as good as Steve’s :)
the presentation theme continues. this is probably hands down the best online resource to help you do a great presentation
a recurring theme in ‘good presentation’ is being passionate about what your presenting. Kathy’s got that in spades, and also some great thoughts.tips re: presentation in this blogpost.
See, this is why we need more women talking out in tech.
We’re just sitting here talking about how we’d like women in technology to be more visible, and ways that we can make this happen and suddenly Dave Winer, Ben Barren and Richard McManus are organising not just one but *two* more conferences!
Just what the world needs. :)
Seriously, whilst I think it would be great to have a web2/blogher doubleheader conference in Australia (it would be great to not travel a million miles to see someone as ‘famous’ as Dave speak) and I would love the opportunity to see and meet more chicks who blog, particularly those who blog about web2, let’s not get distracted.
Fact is, we don’t know where most of these women are and they’re probably not going to write a proposal to speak at your conference. And *that* is the nub of the problem.
Get down here to my earlier post and join in the discussion.
an interesting looking research service that uses game style approach to elicit feedback that can be used to develop information architecture, amongst other things.
I just happened upon David’s blog today, He’s been exploring using Storytelling in the design process. I’m v. interested in looking into this some more soon, (note to self)
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