Pecha Kucha is a fabulous style of presenting involving 20 slides, each of which is shown for 20 seconds. Presentation content and delivery therefore has to be well co-ordinated so as to neither run out of time on a slide or have an embarrassingly long silence.
However, a fun thing created by Matthew Brindley and Paul Farnell for the first Barcamp London is an on the fly run through of your last 20 delicious bookmarks. Most people won’t necessarily specifically remember what they last bookmarked, nor can they selectively show them. Consequently, the webpage appears regardless of how embarrassing it happens to be and you simply have to talk about why you bookmarked it and found it interesting.
This was one of the late night sessions at Barcamplondon2 last night and people were simply called up to the stage to do impromptu sessions.
Comment posted by Adam
at 2/19/2007 1:39:00 AM
Try it out for yourself here: