Talk:HOWTO:Give a presentation
This may be amusing , but is this what liswiki is about??
- Keep would be my vote, if you are proposing deleting it. I would hope that anyone who hasn't had the good fortune to have always attended presentations that never follow such sarcastic advice would realize the instructive value of this piece. Library-related guides should be welcome here. This wiki covers both theoretical and encyclopedic content as well as practical advice, the latter of which appears to be somewhat popular. As for more on what this wiki is "about," you're welcome to help define its purpose further by making contributions in areas you'd like to see developed. --John Hubbard 10:16, 24 Aug 2005 (PDT)
Another presentation tip I would add: Wait at least a month before posting your presentation online--it makes the audience that much more grateful when they can finally download a copy of it.
For what it's worth, I agree with John Hubbard: This is a nice piece...--Waltcrawford 10:55, 29 February 2008 (PST)
Yeah I'd have to agree too. This article is obviously not meant to be serious, so let's just keap it. The more articles the merrier right? --Zoidberg 22:05, 29 February 2008 (PST)