By Scott Berkun on February 3, 2011
To celebrate the release of the paperback edition of Confessions of a Public Speaker, here’s another post on public speaking.
One heavily referenced speech in public speaking history is the famous Dr. Fox lecture. In short, researchers hired an actor to pose as an expert, and he gave a meaningless, but complex sounding, jargon filled speech to a group of true experts. Result? The majority of them were fooled into thinking they’d learned something, despite there being no substance to the lecture.
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By Shawn Blanc on December 8, 2010
Three clever and informative videos from The Department of the 4th Dimension. Profiling an espresso shot, a syphon pot, and a cappuccino at Intelligentsia Coffee.
By Ryan Carson on December 8, 2010
In this 8-minute video tutorial on MongoDB we look at how to insert new records into our database, and how to perform simple queries
This video is from Think Vitamin Membership, a high-quality video training site, curated by us at Carsonified and Think Vitamin, with hundreds of short videos on topics like …
By Pink Tentacle on September 8, 2010
A dramatic computer-animated simulation, produced by NHK Japan and the National Film Board of Canada, depicts what would happen if an asteroid measuring 500 kilometers (300 mi) in diameter collided with Earth.
By Jesper on September 6, 2010