Looks Like We Made It!

April 2, 2008 at 3:01 pm 1 comment

Hey, the panel I moderated yesterday at the Massive Technology Show (“New Media: Collaboration in Business) went very well!

I had a wonderful, smart, experienced and insightful panel who answered any questions thrown at them articulately and gracefully – and never once looked at me with anything resembling discomfort or fear (even though it was my first time moderating).

Thank You: Linda Bustos, Rob Cottingham, Rebecca Bollwitt and Warren Baxley.
(More information on the Massive Tech schedule.)

And Thank You: Christie Mann and Massive for the opportunity.

(Related links: Gus’ photo of us, Rob’s insightful post about panels and Rebecca’s thoughts.)


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  • 1. Rob Cottingham  |  April 3, 2008 at 12:57 am

    It was a great time, and I think the audience was pretty damn happy with it. (And you were great – the fact that anyone who heard it was your first time moderating was shocked should tell you something!)


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