The main body of research presentation literature is dedicated to the creation of great research talks in which the presenter successfully conveys their great wisdom to an audience of receptive minds. The great art of preventing your audience from figuring out what you actually did is not nearly as well documented or explored. In this work I will explore the different presentation mechanisms that can be used to simultaneously give an excellent talk, thoroughly confuse the audience and leave them with a feeling that you really understand what you are talking about.
|Title of host publication||A Record of The Proceedings of SIGBOVIK 2010|
|Number of pages||8|
|Publication status||Published - Apr 2010|