Andrey (azangru) wrote,
Andrey
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Chrome dev summit. Here's a bloke (love him) who has a lot of speaking experience — conferences, screencasts, podcasts. Notice his natural, engaging delivery:



As opposed to most of the others who are reading from the screen. These two, for example. Notice the unnatural intonation and the poor to non-existent coordination between the narrative and the visuals presented on the screen.



Also, the keynote started in such a boring, artificial and clicheed way (there even was the much-ridiculed "twenty twenty has been a year of challenges" that one of the speakers opened her segment with) that I was left wondering how they are not bored out of their pants.
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