Buzzwords of 2009

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12.20.2009 Buzzwords of 2009 Here is the New York Times buzzwords of 2009; it includes a variety of "communication" terms, for example, sexting (texting sexual messages), vook (a digitized book with video), social distancing (standing away from others to avoid catching or spreading the flu), orphan books (books that are out of print, still in copyright, and whose copyright holders cant be found), and netbook (a small portable, personal computer).

Deliver a Presentation like Steve Jobs - BusinessWeek

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H-1B Visa Law: Trying Again Help Wanted: Why That Signs Bad RSS Feed: Most Discussed Stories Most Popular Multimedia Slide Shows The Worlds Best Places to Live 2009 The Best Places to Raise Your Kids 2009 The (New) Worlds Happiest Countries The Rise and Fall of Chrysler The Best U.S.

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Proposal - Copyright - Listing - Speaking Pro Central Hot List - May 2009

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Hot List - May 2009. June 2009 Resource of the Month - PowerPoint:What Is Appropriate When and Why? PowerPoint Tips , May 26, 2009. How to persuade other people to ditch the bullets - Speaking about Presenting , May 13, 2009. Startups and Venture Capitalists Beware - Matt Eventoff , May 12, 2009. Speaking about Presenting , May 20, 2009. How Obama could eliminate his ums (and so could you) - Speaking about Presenting , May 25, 2009. May 1, 2009.

7 Key Ways to Gesture Effectively

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Copyright, 2001 Philip Lief Group Inc & Lenny Laskowski. Copyright LJL Seminars(tm), 2003. from “ 10 Days to More Confident Public Speaking &#. Chapter 5 - pages 107 - 110). ——————————————————– Gestures are reflections of every speaker’s individual personality.

5 Reasons why you don't need to write a book | Penelope Trunk's Brazen Careerist

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Be sure you have a good contract and that the manuscript is copyrighted in your name (not the publisher's) so you can later use the material online, if you want. Is this your first time here?

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Presentation Skills for SEO Posted by Lucy Langdon on March 24th, 2009 at 7:31 am Events and Conferences SEOmoz has partnered with Distilled to bring you search engine marketing news and information. Login Email Password Remember? Register Go PRO SEOmoz.org looking for talent!

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Podcast: What We Read in 2009

Communication Steroids

Podcast: What We Read Online in 2009

Communication Steroids

Skip to content Follow: RSS Twitter Home About Contact Us Current Programs Inner Circle Newsletter Products 20 Presentation Skills That Kill: Audio CDSeminar Social Media and Public Relations: Audio Task Oriented Teams: Audio CDSeminar What We Do Podcast: What We Read Online in 2009 by Tim 'Gonzo' Gordon on December 22, 2009 What are your favorite online stopping points?

Eight Steps to Getting Speaking Engagements : MarketingProfs Articles

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FIRST THINGS FIRST « SPEAKING OUT

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SPEAKING OUT » 2009 » 08 » 27 » Protected: FIRST THINGS FIRST RSS Feed Protected: FIRST THINGS FIRST by Lesley on August 27, 2009 2:46 am. » » visit speaking solutions © Copyright 2009, Speaking Solutions GmbH, Lesley Stephenson.

Charli Jane Speaker Services: 10 Tips to Help Position Yoursel

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Self-serving introductions and butt-kissing thank yous

Speak Schmeak

I downloaded an e-book the other day that went like this: Title page Second title page Copyright page Publisher page About the authors (2 pages) Contents Foreword (5 pages) Introduction by one of the authors (2 pages) Chapter 1 I was fifteen pages into the e-book before the actual content began.

Self-serving introductions and butt-kissing thank yous

Speak Schmeak

I downloaded an e-book the other day that went like this: Title page Second title page Copyright page Publisher page About the authors (2 pages) Contents Foreword (5 pages) Introduction by one of the authors (2 pages) Chapter 1 I was fifteen pages into the e-book before the actual content began.

Convert iTunes M4P (and other) sounds to MP3

PowerPoint Tips

In most cases, you need permission to use copyrighted music in a presentation to someone else. A subscriber recently asked me how to insert songs that he bought from iTunes into a PowerPoint presentation. He wanted to use them for a presentation to a Rotary Club conference. Before I start, let me say that I'm not a lawyer. If you have questions, get legal advice. That said, here's my understanding. Correct me if I'm wrong.)

Podcast: What's Your Brand?

Communication Steroids

by Tim 'Gonzo' Gordon on December 29, 2009 It’s our last podcast of 2009 – and by our admittedly somewhat uneven counting, it’s our 128th overall podcast, not counting special interviews or repeats. This time around, we discuss personal and corporate branding – and take a look at a recent BNET article on bad brand moves of 2009 – and there were a bunch of them.

Review: Viewfinder

Thoughts On Presenting And Design

If there’s one feature I’d like to see, it’s the automatic insertion of copyright information into the slide. If you’re like me, you like to take advantage of the power of visuals to not only get your point across, but also increase retention of that very message.

ProHumorist’s 2nd Birthday plus July Speedlinks

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I also made the Top 20 of a contest to find the Best Coaching Blogs of 2009. Free Resources that will improve your writing skills provide tips on a variety of different areas such as grammer and punctuation and copyrighting, check out this useful post. Wow, so another year has flown by and this blog hits it’s second birthday!! So my blog is now a toddler and is entering its “terrible twos&# … oh joy.

Charli Jane Speaker Services: 7 Common Mistakes New Public Speakers Make When First Starting Their Business

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Flowchart To Oblivion

Thoughts On Presenting And Design

Comic Copyright 2007 Krishna M. Those who know me well know I despise rigid, inflexible thinking and the rigid, inflexible processes that it spawns.

ProHumorist’s 2nd Birthday plus July Speedlinks

Pro Humorist

I also made the Top 20 of a contest to find the Best Coaching Blogs of 2009. Free Resources that will improve your writing skills provide tips on a variety of different areas such as grammer and punctuation and copyrighting, check out this useful post. Wow, so another year has flown by and this blog hits it’s second birthday!! So my blog is now a toddler and is entering its “terrible twos&# … oh joy.

8 things I learnt about using twitter as a participation tool : Speaking about Presenting

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Home Presentation eBook Blog About Best Posts Content PowerPoint Nervousness Delivery Audience Contact Browse > Home / Audience / 8 things I learnt about using twitter as a participation tool 8 things I learnt about using twitter as a participation tool March 1, 2009 by Olivia Mitchell Welcome to this blog - my aim is to make a difference to the success of your presentations. Reply Olivia Mitchell says: March 1, 2009 at 3:01 pm Thanks Jeff - again. Drupalcon DC — 2009.

Create great docs from PowerPoint – review of George! for PowerPoint

Craig Strachan - Keep Talking!

Notice the header at the top, and copyright details at the bottom. . PowerPoint is a great tool for creating presentations, but it has never been particularly good at creating documentation or handouts.

PowerPoint Karaoke slides

Craig Strachan - Keep Talking!

If I have inadvertently used copyright material, please let me know and I will remove it. On Monday evening, I ran a PowerPoint Karaoke contest at the Cape Communicators Toastmaster Club. This is the first one that I have ran, and it was a fantastic evening!

Podcast: Emoticons in Business Communications :-) | Communication.

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If you are a presenter you MUST watch this company: Prezi (new features just released) — Scobleizer

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Library of Congress & Digital - Is there a gap?

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Had I violated some author's copyright?    The caller alluded to an ebook I had submitted for copyright.    The issue was:  In order to receive a copyright the book has to be "sold" or "published."  Tonight I returned to my office from a client's appointment at about 7:00 PM, New York time.    There on Caller ID was: 202-707-5000 - Library of Congress. 

Public Speaking Humor: Ads

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You can read these aloud in your public speaking engagements without worry of copyright infringement. Be careful not to violate copyrights Learn To Be Funny Onstage! You can concoct fake ads, or use real ads that are funny in your public speaking engagements. They can be read aloud, projected, or distributed as handouts.* Watch for funny ads that relate to your business or presentation topic in magazines and other periodicals.

Public Speaking: Caricature, Cartoons and Comic Strips

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In larger audiences, the cartoon should be projected (don't forget to get permission from the copyright holder) so everyone can see it clearly. When certain prominent features of something or someone are highlighted and other features are diminished, that is called caricature.

Public Speaking: Background Music

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BIG WARNING: DO NOT PLAY COPYRIGHTED MUSIC WITHOUT THE PROPER LICENSING OR YOU WILL BE SORRY. If you want to use copyrighted music, make sure you tell your meeting planner. HOW TO GET LICENSING If you are doing your own public seminars and you want to use copyrighted music, you must obtain your own license. The way to get around this hassle is to play copyright free music which, for use as background music, is just as good.

Good Pictures Make Good Sense

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Skip to content Follow: RSS Twitter Home About Contact Us Current Programs Inner Circle Newsletter Products 20 Presentation Skills That Kill: Audio CDSeminar Social Media and Public Relations: Audio Task Oriented Teams: Audio CDSeminar What We Do Tags photography Good Pictures Make Good Sense by Roger Pike on December 30, 2009 Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words.

A Lawsuit, Google Juice, Lawsuit Dropped

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  So, remember today's and yesterday's dates [November 3rd and 4th, 2009].  portrayed the professor in a false light, invaded his privacy and infringed on the copyright of photos of him from his university's website.  The next round of books on social media will carry the case study of the lawsuit , lots Google Juice, and dropping of the lawsuit by the plaintiff. 

Just Because it's on the Internet Doesn't Mean you can Steal it

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Friday, February 11, 2011 Just Because its on the Internet Doesnt Mean you can Steal it Don’t violate copyrights in your presentations — Gihan Perera Playing YouTube videos during your presentations is completely against YouTube’s terms of use. Executive Speech Coach - Business Presentations Business presentations tips for executives, sales presenters, managers, technical experts and professionals from the "Speech Coach for Executives" George Torok.

Podcast: Social Media is NOT New | Communication Steroids

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Public Speaking: Background Music

Great Public Speaking

BIG WARNING: DO NOT PLAY COPYRIGHTED MUSIC WITHOUT THE PROPER LICENSING OR YOU WILL BE SORRY. Background music playing when participants enter a room is a great way to set the mood for a NO ZZZZZs meeting or event. It also makes you look like a more polished presenter. The proper selection of music gets people in the right mood and adds a touch of drama to the presentation. You can also use music when the participants are leaving to give them a pleasant atmosphere as they exit.

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Storynappin’ Varmints

Can You Hear Me Up the Back?

There’s no copyright on spoken stories, but stealing is immoral and the bad karma will catch up with you at some point. I heard a radio phone-in segment the other day, in which callers related tales of having their stories stolen by other people. There seems to be a lot of it about. Imagine you had a really hilarious experience, full of amusing twists and turns.

How to compete better and smarter

SpeakerSue Says...

Except her materials had a copyright on them from 2003. . Let’s face it. For many of us, this weekend will be more fun because it gives us the opportunity to catch up on work. That is not to dismiss the meaning of this particular holiday. (I I love the Boeing Memorial Day commercial I saw tonight about our Veterans: We will remember them. Always.). But, it is the reality of those of us who love working that a 3-day weekend means at least one day to work. .

Ghosts of Catholic-Girls Christmases Past

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

 I dated the publication day December 25, 2007 and sent it to the Library of Congress for copyright.   "She will get a ring." " "Last year she came back from Christmas with vestiges of a black eye.    Her father is a drunk, you know." " "Who do you think will do 'it' over the holiday?"

Positioning/Promoting Your Book: That Online Video Trailer

Jane Genova: Speechwriter - Ghostwriter

  Yes, Schwartz handles the technology, pacing, key text, selection of photos, and copyright for the music.  "About 90% of your book's success is how effectively you position and promote it." " That's what I warn prospects investigating my ghostwriting services.    I add: This even applies to brandnames who publish books.