Talk about following up your SEM strategy – it’s been almost a week since I updated. Right after the two day conference, I headed out to Fort Ilocandia for a business conference with EPSON. Though wireless connection was available during the two day show, SmartBRO prohibited me from accessing the Philippine blogoshpere.
So better late than never: I’d like to thank everyone who attended SEMCON
After my talk, Anton Diaz reaffirmed my stand on developing a sense of rhythm for your copy. He says that rhythm is, more than artistic – a cultural trait. Filipinos are considered to be good writers because of our colorful musical culture, which according to Inigo and Inaki, is attributed to our Iberian Heritage.
Thank you to those who gave me your business cards. Silly me, I forgot to bring my own. But I have emailed everyone who sent me their contact information. Thank you.
It was a pleasure to meet Aaron Wall and his lovely wife. It was a pleasure to mingle with the other speakers as well. I also had the chance to join Marc, his lovely fiancee and the delegates from Malaysia for some clubbing before my flight. Thank you also to Lourd de Veyra for helping me out with his short audio clip. Of course, many thanks to Anton Sheker, Marc Macalua and the other organizers for SEMCON 2007. This conference can very well turn into what Chris Pirillo’s Gnomedex brings over in the Western side of the globe.
Silly me once more – I included my presentation in the workshop CD but it was saved as an iWork ’08 Keynote file. I tried converting the file to become compatible with MS PowerPoint but there was just a lot of loss in the presentation, especially with some of the effects and the audio, which was key to the presentation.
You can also download and listen to the audio file courtesy of BNS Hosting..
P.S. I am building a new page in this blog dedicated solely to list all the talks, seminars and workshops I have given. In this light, I would really appreciate some testimonials if you’ve attended one of mine. These will be published, along with your blog link.