OK, we’re getting back to the roots here.
The first set of Presentations Roundtable podcasts I produced were recorded at the PowerPoint Live 2007 conference in New Orleans about a year ago. Well, September was a busy month, a lot of extra activity due to PowerPoint Live 2008. This year returning to San Diego California, we recorded two sessions which are currently in post-production.
The first is a pretty wild session with a large group of PowerPoint MVPs – these are the “Most Valuable Professionals” who, although they don’t actually work for Microsoft, spend an enormous amount of time supporting the product and it’s customers. You won’t find a more concentrated group of true PowerPoint experts anywhere. And they’re a pretty roudy group. We break our “number of people at the roundtable” record with this session!
The second session brings together three of my favorite experts on presenting and design. Julie Terberg, Jim Endicott, and Nancy Duarte reprise their recording session from last year. This is a great opportunity to reflect on the state of presentations and how it’s changed over the last twelve months.
Expect to see the PPT MVP roundtable up this weekend.