Presenting before the Twitterati

So if you've been to a conference lately, you know that only the minority (read: luddites) actually make eye contact or jot notes. Nope, everyone is feverishly Twittering. Suddenly everything you say, don't say, say wrong, it's out there, on the Interwebs. Live! IRL!

So Pistachio came up with an article to help future presenters deal with the Twitterati. It's got some great ideas, including planting a mole requesting a helper from the audience to monitor the discussion and bring up Twittered questions to be answered in the room.

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