Julien Smith‘s presentation Medieval Alchemy and Niche Programming in the Modern Age, delivered at the Podcasters Across Borders meetup/conference in Kingston, ON, 9:00am on Saturday, June 24, 2006.
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[...] It was my first big time speaking in front of a crowd (you can tell when you listen), and my first time feeling like I was a veteran at a conference, and talking with ‘big’ people on level ground. Later on, in an article, I would be called “one of the anointed” by a certain newspaper. All this was very strange to me. [...]
Don’t sweat it. It gets better every time you do it. I walked in towards around the middle of your presentation and I was busy setting myself up, so I missed most of what you said. The one thing I did notice is that you looked very comfortable up there.
Now, thanks to Mark & Bob, I’ll be able to get caught up and finally write a summary of your presentation.
As for the “anointed one,” it’s a bit too Anika Skywalker for my taste. We need to find you a new label :)
As for the “anointed one,” it’s a bit too Anika Skywalker for my taste. We need to find you a new label, dude :)
[...] Canadian podcasters. In 2005, he became one of the original PodShow podcasters. In 2006, Julien took the lectern as the first speaker of the inaugural PAB conference. In 2009, he co-authored the book Trust [...]
[...] a talk not only with that title, but that connected the two thoughts and made a lot of sense (hear for yourself). He delivered the talk at [...]
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