Pecha Kucha is a new global presentation phenomenon, which originated in Japan sometime during 2003.
It’s a new and wonderfully creative and unconventional way to do Power Point presentations. The rules are very simple: You must use 20 slides, each shown for 20 seconds, as you tell your story in sync with the visuals.
When you’re done – you’re done.
PLP’s 1st Pecha Kucha night is this Wednesday at 7pm EST (6CT) (5MT). It will last less than 1 hour.
Join the Room here: http://bit.ly/PLPpechakucha
You will NOT want to miss the line-up.
Our guests include: Peter Skillen- Jamie Reaburn Weir- Rodd Lucier -Danika Barker- Royan Lee- Kim McGill -Aviva Dunsiger – Please consider joining us. You will walk away smarter!
Here are their Twitter photos, so you can picture your speakers:)
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