Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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So, there are people, "a few" people, who want to be speakers at conferences, but don’t know what to speak about. Why do they covet that speaking role then? Isn’t it perverse? I can understand the situation when people are asked to speak, or when they apply because they have something they want to share, — but this?
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