On the night of March 22nd, relieved after my presentation, I attended the Pecha Kucha event for the second time, and had just as much fun as I’d had a year earlier.
The event, once again sponsored by Pearson in 2012, is made up of 8 short talks. The presenters must deliver these talks using exactly 20 slides, each of which is shown for no longer than 20 seconds. Topics vary wildly, and there are always good surprises. In my opinion, the most incredible talk this year was Jeoff Tranter’s, in which he hilariously presented a new area of linguistics: Alcoholinguistics.
Jeoff’s presentation begins at 2m36s.