This morning, I woke up a bit earlier than usual (4:44AM!) to make sure everything was in order before heading to GRR for my trip to #NECC. Everything went pretty well… until I faced the rest of the phalanx, lined up dutifully ready for inspection by the ever watchful security folks. It’s interesting that the . . . → Read More: The start of the journey
I’m not able to attend EduBloggerCon in DC (and will be at NECC on Sunday)… but I can from the comfort of my well connected computer-cave. I’m absolutely blown away by the advance in technology that allows all of this to occur.
I’m following everything via the blog.
Scott McLeod at Dangerourously Irrelevent posts something dear to my heart – the act of walking out on presentations that are less than engaging.
We have all been there… the presenter is reading a PowerPoint slide deck to us, they’re unprepared, they trip over their words, use lot’s of ‘ums and ahs’, etc. Frankly, it . . . → Read More: BORING!
More and more as I present to groups, I am finding that the audio in my company provided HP laptop is not as room filling as it should. Recently our A/V technician showed me a Yamaha NX-U10BL he had tucked away. I have to say, I’m pleasantly surprised by how nice the unit sounds, and . . . → Read More: Can you hear me now?!?!?