Murphy's Law states: "Anything that can go wrong will go wrong." This is especially true and especially painful when there is an audience involved.



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Friday’s List of What You Might Have Missed – 4/18/08

Speak Schmeak: Check your sight lines — Don’t let obstructions get between you and your audience.

PaulDotCom’s Web Site: A tale of information gathering made easy, Part two — Make sure you do a better job of keep track of sensitive meeting materials that these folks did.

face2face: Wal-Mart may be regretting doing this deal on a handshake — Get it in writing or make sure you keep your video production company very, very happy.

MeetingsNet: Medical Meetings Hit Slump in 2007

Respectful Insolence: Turn off your damned phone! — “dit-dit-dit-dah-dit-dit-dit-dah”

Worship trench: How to Avoid Tech Mistakes — Five very useful ideas if you’re part of the behind-the-scenes team.

Dave Paradi’s PowerPoint Blog: Where spell check doesn’t work.

About Projectors: First Commercially Available Portable Pico-Projector Unveiled in Hong Kong

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