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Links 1 through 10 of 19 by Edward Vielmetti tagged presentation

Research testing with Amazon's Mechanical Turk. 10 accounts of using Turk to get research data and experiments; some protocols of use; successes, failures noted; concern about fairness of wages; why do people turk; constructing use cases as turk tasks for beta testing software.

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It's a lot easier to have the concept that your readers know more than you do than it is to actually put that into practice. There is no formula for doing it yet, can't point to someone who uses social network reporting to do their beat every day. In most news rooms, reporters are under a great deal of pressure to produce more than ever.

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recipe for social network: user verbs noun. pick your nouns and verbs carefully, and find some early users who have domain relevance

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an account of a lessig-style preso from a physicist, showing highlights of the style. includes use of repetition, blank slides, minimal text

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20 slides, 20 seconds per slide; a talk about signage from Daniel Pink for Wired Magazine

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If you watch any presentations done by hugely successful speaker and marketer Seth Godin, you quickly notice how many of his slides are nothing more than a single image or word. These slides enhance the message he is trying to convey but they don’t stea

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As I discussed here, I’ve finally trained myself to use dictation effectively. I’ll go out for a long walk, like two or three hours, and dictate a rough draft of the talk. I’m not able to do that continuously, I have to stop and think and start agai

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Ed "SuperPatron" Vielmetti has posted an excellent list of "Ten ways for superpatrons to help build better libraries," for an upcoming talk. Blogs love lists, and this is a good one. (LibraryThing is number five.)

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