A good friend of mine recently posted this blog post written by someone who refused a TEDx speaking engagement because it wasn’t paid. You can check it out here. The gist of what this fellow says though is this: TED costs $6,000 for a week; therefore, speakers should get paid TED is a non-profit, but […]
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This is a presentation, designed by a firm out in Hawaii. This is probably designed to be an on-screen, projected presentation versus a SlideShare presentation as there really are a LOT of slides, making you feel like you’ve got a lot of clicking to do. BUT, it’s got some good tips in here that I […]
I’m very fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Sean McManus of The Economist on their upcoming conference about innovation in March. (Check it out here: http://ideas.economist.com/event/innovation) My task is to put together 5 San Francisco based speakers to do Ignite-style presentations on the topic of innovation. The best part about the current stage […]
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