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Wednesday, March 04, 2009


Pre- and post-presentation, it sounds like a great source of data. Mid-presentation, it sounds like a great way to make the presenter's head explode. Observing the live Twitterstream for feedback and adjustment instead seems to require a different and perhaps more intense form of attention than the normal "reading" of the audience for nonverbal feedback or pausing for oral questions. Can we effectively read Twitter and sustain a presentation's momentum at the same time?

I agree Corey, I wasn't thinking that you would change your presentation while you are giving it based on the Tweets, but the pre and post part is what I find exciting and applicable.

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