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March 28, 2011

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Brian O'Connell

Really loved the examples you gave for your presentation -- especially the Milo demonstration.

It's interesting to see how we're moving into more interactive media. It seems like having interaction will engage people more, could help them learn more easily, as well as making it more enjoyable, too. This way, you feel more like a participant!

(Also, regarding your slides for your presentation. Nice job on those. I've been reading lots of books about presentations, and your slides work in service of your presentation. They function as a supplement to your discussion, they don't detract from it. And most importantly, they're not so crammed with bullet points and text to the point where you're basically reading from them!)

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