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Table XI Channel

Table XI is a custom software development firm based in Chicago, and is the web development team behind the newly launched pechakucha.org website. "Table Talks" is a recurring series of PechaKucha-style lightning talks held over lunch at our office. The event is designed to foster idea exchange, collaboration and learning, and features a lineup of top-notch entrepreneurs, technologists, designers and storytellers from Chicago and beyond.

PAST VOL 21

Miami @ The Wolfsonian-FIU
Mar 15, 2013

PAST VOL 10

Bozeman @ The Ellen Theatre
Feb 05, 2014

PAST VOL 14

New Orleans @ The Rusty Nail
Oct 08, 2014

PAST VOL 21

Dayton @ Hope Church
Dec 18, 2014

PAST VOL 5

Abbotsford @ University of The Fraser Valley
Feb 12, 2015

PAST VOL 7

Muscat @ Second Cup, CCC
Apr 21, 2015

PAST VOL 1

Yellowknife @ Prince of Wales Northern Heritage Centre
Jan 14, 2016

PAST VOL 34

Bratislava @ A4 club / YMCA house
Jun 15, 2016

PAST VOL 20

Orlando @ Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
May 26, 2017

PAST VOL 16

Sofia @ club Alcohol - C2H5OH
Nov 18, 2016

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Print Space Tokyo

BY CRAIG MOD
@ VOL 51 ON APR 24, 2008

Book designer and web developer Craig Mod speaks (in Japanese) about his Tokyo based print and web projects, in particular about "Art Space Tokyo", a beautifullly illustrated compilation of Tokyo's best, most unique, and sometimes hidden galleries.

"Presentation of the Day" on August 14, 2013.

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Five Over Seven

BY FIVE OVER SEVEN
@ VOL 11 ON NOV 03, 2011

Five Over Seven is comprised of Isabelle Santiago, Terra Loire, and Ashley Arbour, a trio of designers who post a new theme on their website every Sunday, and invite everyone to submit posts on the theme for the rest of the week. In this presentation, they walk through the ideas of the website, as well as each of their own creative processes.

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GOA Magazine

BY TOMASO TORRE
@ VOL 7 ON NOV 21, 2013

Tommaso Torre is the director of GOA magazine, the first free digital magazine exclusively for tablets, where the reader takes on a more active role to make the information more complete thus facilitating access to news. GOA, is in fact, the first free monthly magazine dedicated to the Italian Riviera, where users can interact with the editorial staff and have more of a say not only in the way in which news is distributed, but also in its collection and promotion.

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City Message

BY MASSIMILIANO BONACCI
@ VOL 7 ON NOV 21, 2013

Massimiliano Bonacci presenta City Message:

City Message è un circuito di schermi distribuiti nella città e utilizzato per scambiarsi informazioni fra Commercianti, Associazioni, Pubblica Amministrazione e Cittadini, in tempo reale e con l'ausilio anche solo di un semplice smartphone. Noi vogliamo:


• Creare un nuovo strumento di comunicazione dove tutti possano sentirsi partecipi.
• Portare internet e i Social Network nelle piazze e nei negozi, in modo che anche chi non sa usare questi mezzi possa rimanere aggiornato su ciò che accade nella città.
• Aiutare la Pubblica Amministrazione a comunicare con i cittadini.
• Dare visibilità anche alle piccole realtà territoriali.
• Incoraggiare la condivisione e la partecipazione delle persone, alle iniziative del quartiere.

Sono uscito quest'anno da Ericsson, dopo 21 anni di lavoro, dove ho acquisito una discreta esperienza internazionale. L'idea di Citymessage è nata a livello embrionale all'interno dell'Innovation Garage di Ericsson, vincendo anche premi in Silicon Valley come l' "Innova Award". Quando mi sono reso conto che per svilupparla sarei dovuto espatriare, perché non relativa al core business delle attività italiane, ho deciso di prendere la buona uscita come opportunità di far nascere qualcosa nella mia città e nel mio paese!

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Coworking Monterrey

BY IVÁN GUERRERO
@ VOL 5 ON MAY 22, 2014

Los ponentes hablan sobre la comunidad generada a partir de un espacio de coworking.

Iván Guerrero: Egresado de Sistemas de la UANL, pero amante del Diseño y la fotografía. Cofundador de Coworking Monterrey y freelance tiempo completo.

Luis Rojas: Web Designer and Developer, Wordpress CMS expert. Entity information CSS3 + HTML5. Ninja with jQuery. Freelance

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Tadaku

BY TRENT MCBRIDE
@ VOL 121 ON JAN 28, 2015

Trent McBride and Tao Romera Martinez introduce us to a service they developed (Tadaku) to help people experience real homecooking, but they start off by sharing a series of fun food trivia that will leave you surprised.

"Presentation of the Day" on February 27, 2015.

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Internet Yami Ichi!

BY CHRIS ROMERO
@ VOL 3 ON FEB 20, 2015

Chris Romero and Eri Takane are bringing the Internet Yamiichi from Japan here to Brooklyn! They take us on a historical journey of this internet black market, where you will find internet-based goods in real life! 

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In Citu

BY LIYA MA
@ VOL 13 ON MAR 31, 2016

À la lecture du roman d’Italo Calvino, Les Villes invisibles, Liya Ma décide de suivre le chemin de Saint-Jacques-de-Compostelle, marche difficile mais fascinante, riche des rencontres et des villes traversées. De cette expérience, Liya Ma, avec Eunji Choi, lance le premier projet In Citu (In Cité + In Situ) qui pose plusieurs questions et problématiques : comment internet devient-il un outil de diffusion et de présentation d’un projet artistique ? Comment la ville devient producteur d’art ? Comment concilier temps et espaces différents ? Comment l’interaction se crée entre celui qui montre et celui qui observe ?

https://vimeo.com/projetincitu

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The Urban Realm

BY MIKE WILSON
@ VOL 33 ON APR 22, 2016

Mike Wilson is a writer and website publisher. A co-owner of the media resources and training website, www.allmediascotland.com, he is a former sports writer - including with The Sunday Times Scotland, FourFourTwo magazine and for the Scottish Football Association. He is author of three books about football and is interested in far too much for his own good, including architecture (not that he necessarily knows what an architrave is).


http://www.allmediascotland.com/

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Fun and Unique Outside Space

BY RUI IZUMIYAMA
@ VOL 142 ON DEC 14, 2016

パブリックスペース特化型webマガジン『ソトノバ』は、 国内外のユニークなアイデアや事例、イベントレポートや書籍紹介など、編集長の泉山塁威さんを中心に日々情報発信を行っているウェブメディアです。 日本のパブリックスペースやソトを楽しくするために、専門家に役立ち、プレーヤーにソト使いのヒントを届けたいという思いを、“ソトを居場所に、イイバショに!”をキャッチに、様々な斬新なアイデアを発信してくださいます!

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Web Directions East x Tokyo 2.0 x PK

This past Wednesday's opening party for the Web Directions East 3-day web conference turned into a three-way collaboration, teaming up with the monthly Tokyo 2.0 web professional meet-ups for a night of PechaKucha presentations. We've selected a few photos from the event, but there's more to see in this Flickr photoset.

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Wes Jarrell and Leslie Cooperband

And since we posted an event review for PechaKucha Night in Champaign-Urbana Vol. 2 earlier today, let's also share this presentation, "Goats, Cheese, and Love," by farmers Wes Jarrell and Leslie Cooperband. Wes Jarrell & Leslie Cooperband, the proud owners of Prairie Fruits Farm & Creamery, talked about making artisan and farmstead goat and sheep milk cheeses, raising organic fruits and hosting all-local foods dinners on their farm—in a poem!

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We Are Not Ants

In today's presentation -- recorded at Barcelona's special Inspire Japan event -- Fernando Casado talks about what we humans are doing well, what is not going well, and most of all, what we can do!

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PechaKucha Around the Web

There's a lot of talk on all things PechaKucha around the web, with posts on blogs, PechaKucha cities that share info on their own sites, photos, and much more, and so we're kicking off a regular series of posts with links of interest to the PK community -- and if you have a link to share, do let us know!Call For Entries: AIGA Detroit Invites Artists, Architects, Photographers and Designers to Present at PechaKucha Night Detroit (Digital Journal)LIFE Inspiration by PechaKucha (Utah Heritage Foundation)Halloween PechaKucha in SLC (NewCityMovement)PechaKucha -- Made in Brunel 2011 (Vimeo)

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Why We Travel

We spend billions of dollars to put robot-cameras into space -- but why? In today's Presentation of the Day, "Why We Travel" from PKN Toronto Vol. 17, Zygmunt Strawczynski wonders why we go the places we go. "Ziggy" loves to travel, and offers several possibilities; we want to change ourselves, we want to push our limits, we want a photo, we're curious, or perhaps -- we go purely because we can.

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We want to hear your story in Norrköping!

We're always on the look for speakers. Are you passionate about something or just have at story to tell!? We love to hear it!   Get in contact with us!  Hanna Uhrberg or Peter Mäkelä   

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The Battle We Didn't Choose

What would you do if the one you loved was diagnosed with cancer? When photographer Angelo Meredino's wife was diagnosed with cancer, he did what he does best: capture her story through the lens of his camera. In "The Battle We Didn't Choose" from PKN Cleveland Vol. 22, hear Angelo's simultaneously heart-breaking and amazing story, and his thought-provoking approach to life and love. 

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We Made That

“So we’re working with these small businesses, making a big impact.” Holly Lewis from We Made That, goes into depth on what her organisation does to endorse local shops and companies in the greater London area. In “We Made That” from a special Made in London Powered by PechaKucha event held at London Design Week, we see that Holly’s work involves working with local businesses to  make them more accessible to the public by clarifying what it is they do, which in turn helps everyone.

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Why don't we talk about sex? Or…something about Italy.

"Feel it. Face it. Free it." In "Why don't we talk about sex? Or…something about Italy." from PechaKucha Night Buffalo Vol. 15 scientist, biology professor and writer Gaia Bistulfi Amman speaks about honesty, sex, education, and growing up in Italy. Ammann expands on how she ended up being a successful novel-writing…scientist. An elaboration on happiness and how to bite back when life nibbles at your butt.

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What the heck is a PechaKucha? - blog post by Wes Lucus

This blog was written by Wes Lucus, who presented at PechaKucha #ldnont vol. 2 on April 25. Check out his presetnation: "What I Learned From My Mission To Mars" ************** I was warned. It wouldn’t be easy. But what I experienced in that space shuttle would teach me one of the most valuable life lessons.   PeCHA KuCHA: The sound of “chit chat” Originating in Japan, and taking place in cities all around the world, speakers share their stories with a slideshow of 20 photos, each showing for 20 seconds. In April I had the pleasure of participating in this unique event with my story entitled “What I learned from my mission to Mars.” I volunteered to speak because I saw it as an opportunity to stretch – to practice and grow in a few different ways: Speaking The most valuable skills, regardless of your job or environment, involve communication. The 2 most universally valuable are persuasion and public speaking. In order to continually improve, I’m always looking for opportunities to speak. When I’m at the front of the room, I’m usually leading a training or workshop, so PechaKucha allowed me to have a little more fun and flexibility, and to get out of my comfort zone a bit. I got to choose the topic and the message with only 2 restrictions: It had to match 20 slides at 20 seconds each (6min 40sec total), and it couldn’t be a sales pitch. Those of you who know me well know I’m an introvert who rarely shows much enthusiasm, so I purposefully chose a story that would not work unless I told it with enthusiasm – forcing me to stretch and get a little uncomfortable. Language Patterns One of my favorite things about NLP is the study of language patterns – using certain words and phrases, and structuring your message to communicate with the subconscious mind, as well as the conscious. While the average listener will say “Oh, it’s about roller coasters… but not really. It’s about a lot of things, I guess,” NLP nerds and students of my Influence & Impact course will be able to spot a some of those patterns in my story. I’m constantly playing with those language patterns, working them into my speech intentionally so that they start to come out automatically and effectively, and I thoroughly enjoyed planning this talk around them. Timing It’s a personal hangup I’ve had… Whether it’s a 2 minute talk, or a 2 day workshop, the only thing that gets me nervous around the idea of public speaking is the timing. I never know if I’m going to go over, or way under, and I haven’t yet figured out how to tell by the content I have planned. The only way I’ve had any certainty with this ahead of time was if I had every word scripted, and tested for timing… but every scripted or written word costs you connection with the audience, so I knew I would have to overcome my timing anxiety a different way. This event was a great opportunity to work with that – Not only did I have to finish right at 6:40, but ideally I also needed to keep pace with the changing slides every 20 seconds. I won’t say it was easy… I spent half a day trying to figure out whether to put the slideshow together first, or figure out what I was going to say first. I eventually settled on the slideshow, because it would be just enough structure for me to improvise the rest around. Once the 20 slides were set and submitted, I loosely outlined what I wanted to say. Then I memorized the order of the slides, and then just practiced telling my story in the order of the slides. Eventually, after I got the big pieces in place, I started practicing with the timing. I got an app on my phone called Tabata Timer which gave me audio cues every 20 seconds, and just told the story. Every time I heard a beep, I knew it was time to move on to the next slide, and that allowed me to practice without script or notes, allowed the story to change with each run-through, and gave me an unconscious sense of the timing. Making a mark in London I knew I would only be in London for a short while. Being around amazing people, being involved in the local community, I saw this as a way to leave something behind, to give some kind of positive message, and to be remembered. Maybe it comes down to some deep desire to satisfy my ego, some need for significance… but it’s also about connection, and being a part of the family – and I definitely felt all of that as a result of participating.   FYI – You can see past and upcoming Pecha Kucha events in London HERE.   ~Wes Lucus