Get Shouty

how do you get people to dance with you?
January 5, 2009, 3:54 am
Filed under: Great Stuff

Matt Harding presenting at  Ignite at Gnomedex in Seattle last year.

Ignite is coming to Sydney on January 22nd, 5.30pm for 6.30pm at the Shelbourne Hotel 200 Sussex St, Sydney, NSW 2000.

What will these guys say in  just 5 minutes, 20 slides, where each slide lasts just 15 seconds?

  • Matt Moore : Words at work. What links Flickr, mind maps, and a vengeful God?
  • Jason Yip : Lean programming – The fridge vs the radiator
  • Kieran Ots : A year of failed projects (and what I learned from them)
  • Richard Lane : Mapping the sky – Is bigger always better?
  • Mark Pollard : 7 things you can learn from hip-hop
  • Amy Martin : Job-hunting tips from the experts
  • Pamela Fox : HTML5 vs Flex for Rich Internet Applications
  • Jeremy LeBard : Australians are a nation of readers. Why do we need Amazon?
  • Geoff Bowers: Setting Fire To Your Community. A tale of Japanese mummies, karmic balance and benevolent dictators
  • Chloe Mason : Why Sydney needs active travel
  • Meitar Moscovitz : How technology influences sexual awareness (and vice versa)

See you there. There might be dancing.


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Hey Katie, nice vid, I love what Dancing Matt did, moreso the reaction from sponsors 🙂

Just thought I’d let you know I’ve added you to my ‘Complete List of Australian Marketing Interwebs Bloggers; Sorted by Region’ at – hopefully I got your region right! If I’m wrong for some reason, or you don’t want to be on the list, let me know.

Matt (A different Matt)

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