It wasn’t in the past that I interviewed David Schenberg of BusyEvent for a podcast. A few moments ago I put in the Alltop widget which is a cool tool for pulling in news of the development industry or almost the rest into the blog’s right sidebar take a look in case you get a moment. One of the thoughts popped out at me – a link to a video of David giving a quick presentation at CEMA in San Diego in July of this year. Of course, if you’re a rabid reader of this blog maybe that could be ‘avid’ or a podcast subscriber you’ll have heard the interview we did with him. 8.
If you’re a speaker, and are doing a presentation where you’re projecting your laptop on stage, show your audience real time tweet searches and Twitter comments about your presentation. Caveat: try this ONLY if you’re inclined to take a few bad comments. But hey, it’ll make your presentation a lot more timely – and it’ll provide you with some real remarks on what you wish to enhance!A quick look for the hashtag after the show will provide you with measurable comments about the presentation. It also gives those not at the show a chance to peek at the conversation while it’s happening.