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Emerson Exchange Feeding That Inner Geek Presentation

by | Oct 8, 2008 | Event, Services, Consulting & Training

Jim Cahill

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Social Marketing Leader

At the Emerson Exchange last week, Deb Franke and I presented, Feeding that Inner Geek While Sharing Your Expertise and Interests:

Feeding that Inner Geek

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The key point of our talk was that there are more ways than ever to discover things that interest you, to share things that interest you, and to use these tools to be more successful (and have more fun) in what you do.

There seemed to be a lot of interest in the topic and it was really great to have the energy of two standing-room-only sessions. We captured the questions and answers from both sessions, in case you weren’t able to join us.

The presentation is fully scripted if you download it, or here’s a transcript.

One of the really great ideas Deb had was to have index cards made for the question and answers and geek treats that members from both sessions wanted to share.

As with most collaborative things brought to us by social media (a.k.a. Web 2.0), there were some great ideas exchanged and we hope you find some of these geek treats, Q&A and the presentation itself helpful. If this sparks some ideas, keep the conversation flowing and add your comments below.


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