Twitter can be a great tool to capture a sense of what captivates your audience most when you present.
Here is the feed from Mark Bowden’s recent speech on evolutionary psychology, neurology and the “Reptilian” brain’s effect on communication when building online communities, which took place at the social media retreat, unGeeked Elite in Toronto…
I’m waiting for him to say “Frenemy” #UnGeeked
My reptilian brain wishes it was warmer outside in Toronto! #ungeeked
Thanks to all at #ungeeked for the steady flow of updates. Learning, even though not with you.
Sociopaths, sex, stealing food and more this morning at #unGeeked hmmmm
Are we talking about what happened on the hashtag #UnGeeked last night maybe? What causes bad online behavior?
When someone picks a fight online, it’s not about the attacked… it is about raising the status of the attacker #UnGeeked
Listening to Mark Bowden give an amazing presentation on why people connect with each other #ungeeked
If you are inconsistent or keep disappearing in social media, you can’t be trusted or relied upon as you may “disappear with my food” #ungeeked