Global Kids was invited to present on a Games 4 Change panel at this year's Non-Profit Technology Network (NTEN) conference. However, we could not attend in person. Luckily they were game (pun intended) to have me present via Skype and Second Life. We are told it went really well and the audience of 45 received it well. Maybe if other venues are up for it, this can be a new way for Global Kids to present at more conferences.
Below, Benjamin Stokes from MacArthur on the left showed his SL screen at the conference, Moo Money on the left watched, and Susan from TechSoup (who was at the conference) stood by my side.
Update April 19, 2006
What nice feedback from the conference organizers to me and the others on my panel! "Thank you for the outstanding job you did at the NTC! We have honestly never heard such positive feedback from attendees about sessions. It seems that you've all done an outstanding job of teaching and inspiring, and we hope that you got as much out of the experience as the attendees did."
Update May 9, 2006
Okay, the strange keeps getting stranger. As Woody Allen said, "80 percent of success is just showing up." Well, apparently not any more.