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Guy Kawasaki: How to Kick Butt On a Panel

A long time ago (late 80s), in a galaxy far, far away (Christchurch) I read Guy Kawasaki’s “The Macintosh Way” – his book on being an Macintosh evangelist. (Mary Hess has some comments on some of the ideas from that book in a religious context over at Tensegrities: What goes around, comes around?)

Anyway, Guy Kawasaki has a blog I’ve just started following and he’s got an interesting post on being on a panel discussion. See Let the Good Times Roll: How to Kick Butt On a Panel.

I also like his blog’s tag line – “Blogger. n. Someone with nothing to say writing for someone with nothing to do.” Made me smile.

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