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Dave Weaver

Excellent post. So often I go to conferences or other presentations, and realize that what I'm really learning is not the content being presented, but effective ways to present (or often, ways NOT to present) -- good collection of tips.

Ryan Karpeles

I completely agree. (I know this is a little late, but I've been catching up on your postings.) Kudos (the chocolate covered kind) for your thoughts/ideas/links/tips/etc. It's sad how often we try to tailor our ideas/solutions to the requirements of clients, without putting any emotion or inspiration into what we're presenting. It seems like an easy problem to correct, but it usually necessitates a deeper committment on the part of the presenter(s). Keep up the good work. Enjoying your blog,

Ryan

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