Don’t complain to your audience
Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog
JULY 6, 2009
And the microphone was a wired lavaliere mic. Last week at a conference I saw a speaker do something that I recommend never doing. She complained about the A/V setup to the audience. The room wasn’t the best room, I’ll give her that. It was what we refer to as a bowling alley room - very long and narrow, so the last row was quite a distance from the stage. The screen was set directly under a fluorescent light that couldn’t be turned off unless you darkened the entire front of the room.