I previously blogged about speaking virtually and some of the challenges. In the previous blog posts we looked at ways to get up and running with OBS and customise the experience. Since then, I have found the although presenting online has become second nature, there are situations where things could be improved.
My last blog postings speaking virtually and speaking virtually part two introduced some of tools and tecniques I was using to get through 2020. There’s been a lot of interest in these blog postings, and I have countinued to be facinated by the subject.
My last blog posting speaking virtually introduced some of tools and equipment that I found could improve public speaking and indeed most forms of presentation over video.
Since then I’ve had the chance to refine the offering based on finding out what works and I learned some neat OBS tricks along the way.
I've got multiple, diverse interests and it's always great when different interests have some connections. Just like everyone else, I found myself having to adapt to life through the lens of a webcam. In my public speaking, work and my volunteering in Scouting I found a common theme that presenting and demoing things over video is very different to doing so in person, and there was much room to do this better.
I volunteer in scouting. It’s fun, sometimes difficult and frustrating even but always rewarding. The skills honed by a room full of excited under 8s are readily transferable to other places. Those of you who have attended my public speaking might think maybe I have taken the interactivity from scouting to heart a little too keenly.
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