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|Mon, 07-30-2007 - 7:42am|
The presentation went rather well, despite the fact that we had to cut 1/3rd of our time, due to the inability of two keynote speakers to limit their remarks to the times they were given. The people at the presentation liked the idea, the people who asked us liked the presentation.
I was, to say the least, intimidated by the whole 36 hours. I can't tell you how grateful I was that my co-worker and teammate came with me (and drove). She is a lovely girl, who knows I am in the program, although she has limited idea of what that mean. We did get to go on a cruise of the 1000 Islands. We also went into Alexandria Bay, a resort/tourist town, on Thursday evening. There were some cute shops, and browsing was fun.
Many, many, many of the attendees at the seminar were drinkers. AH, my colleague, had one mixed drink, which she did not finish. That wasn't the case with many of the others. There were a few others who, like me, stuck to water or soda.
I can't say I liked presenting, but I did get some great ideas from other presenters, which is the purpose. I also signed up to be on a curriculum committee with my teammate, so that is good.
All in all, though, I was glad to get home!
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