On Saturday at Modern .NET I gave my second micro-presentation. This time it was on Twitter. Micro-presentations are also called Pecha Kucha (Japanese for "chit-chat") and 20/20 so called because these presentations are always 20 slides where each slide is 20 seconds (because PowerPoint is set to auto-advance after 20 seconds). I recorded a sound track for the micro-presentation and recorded the slides and have put together a video (6 minutes 52 seconds) that you can download here. Phil Winstanley has a real video filmed on a camcorder that you can watch here (the first 10 seconds or so are missing but there's a better atmosphere).
Thanks to everyone who attended and endured my particular stance on this. Also thanks to @Plip for being such a good sport. And thanks to Phil Winstanley, Dave Sussman and all of the speakers for a great day.
One final thought to leave you with: DDD 9 is on Saturday 29th January 2011. They will probably be looking for micro-presentations there as well. Give it a go - it's loads of
pain and stress fun.