15 seconds a slide.
Timed, so there’s no stopping.
Not quite a Pecha Kucha as we know it at school, but I experienced a great evening of funny, passionate, wacky and inspiring talks at Bristol Ignite yesterday.
From the intricacies of beer and coffee making to the rise and fall of British superheroes and low-cost travel from your armchair or into space, particularly inspiring was Jake Johnson’s presentation about his Bristol52 project in which Bristol is represented by one person at a time for each week of the year on one Twitter account.
First started in Sweden and since spread to a number of other countries, the idea of ‘rotation curation’ is to give a taste of the diverse cultures, attitudes and lifestyles that make up a city/country. Ingenious!
Click on the image below to find out more about how Twitter rotation curation works.