Month: February 2013

Feb 15

Don’t underestimate emotion

Last month, in the U.S., the battle over SOPA happened. Wikipedia and Google launched dramatic campaigns against the bill and, convinced of their rectitude, I sided with them. This month, in Canada, our government is proposing an online surveillance bill that will give police unfettered access to our online activities. The Canadian government is framing […]

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Feb 08

What about that, ahem, elephant over there?

In my experience most presenters dread Question & Answer period because they feel they are being grilled, put on the hot seat, or challenged. The truth is a lively Q&A is the best indicator you’ve engaged your audience, given them something to think about and persuaded them that your idea is worthy of discussion. So […]

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