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June 04, 2009

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Emmanuel

The bit on the outtake when you say "I'm only hot here and it is where my brain is" is priceless. This looks excellent. Great idea.

Roberto Cohen

Hehehehe...

Watching the movie - first of page - everything seems simple. But the outtakes shows like this thought could be very wrong.

Congratulations for the DVD ideia.

Roberto Cohen
Porto Alegre - Rio Grande do Sul
BRAZIL

Michael Sporer

Nice to see that you are not pushing purchasing the DVD for those who own the book. Shows integrity! Integrity breeds credibility. You have my respect, sir.......

Charles Martineau

hey garr! I really think I'll get your dvd because as a former student of yours (winter 07 at KG); and of course big fan of your blog and book, I think it would be great to show your DVD to my new employer (Export Development of Canada). My co-workers have to do tons of presentations and I did talked about your book and blog but they are so busy with other stuff I think your dvd would be awesome for them to share (they can easily watch it during flights or train ride to other cities). So yep! I think its a great idea and I'll grab a copy. Keep up the good work and can't wait for your new book.
-Charles

Rob Fuller (mubix)

Garr,
Thank you for including the outtakes video. You know it's amazing the kind of confidence that you can instill in people by showing them your own messups. And to see someone who is a professional speaker make mistakes, even one, it is a huge confidence builder and stabilizer.

Thanks for sharing,
Rob Fuller | Mubix | Room362.com | Hak5.org

Seth Dickens

Hi There,

Great idea (producing a DVD) for us teachers. I'm planning on teach of high school kids here in Italy how to improve their presentations.

Two questions:

1) Will the video have companion materials to help teachers exploit it fully?

2) Any plans to release a version with Italian subtitles (would be very much appreciated and needed here!)

Thanks,

Seth.

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