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March 07, 2011


Barbara Haig

Joel -
Next time considering having a Pecha Kucha session. Speakers have only 20 slides that automatically advance every 20 seconds, so they're done in under seven minutes. It's a great way to force people to simplify.

For more info: http://www.pecha-kucha.org

Tommi Lampikoski

Joel, good article once again.

from talks and debate to real action. how about organizing and combining the principles & operating model from the Startupweekend concept to your next seminar (http://beta.startupweekend.org/,. instead and on top of inspiring talks people could get hands dirty and create new start up firms for sustainability! all you need is an ipad with wifi connection and inspired participants. and by Monday, you have enabled the creation of new businesses. cheers, Tommi



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