Web Presentations March 16, 2010

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One of my three classes, Web 2.0 Entrepreneurship, is only an eight week course. It ended today with each of the business plan groups presenting their idea to the class. Our group met for a couple hours before class to finalize our slides, document, and presentation. We also decided that we would volunteer to go first to get it over with.

When class started, the professor asked for volunteers to go first. Our group immediately volunteered, but he chose some group in the back that seemed to not want to go first.

We ended up going second, and had a pretty shaky presentation. After we went through our main slides, we started a short demo of our website. A couple clicks into the demo, we discovered that the internet connection wasn’t working. We had to fiddle around with the laptop to try and get connected while the whole class waited out the awkward silence.

Haha.

The professor still seemed to like our presentation and idea though.


Had dinner with avinash at north side asian ghetto after class.