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Past Omsk Event: VOL 1

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VOL 1

October 01, 2013
@ Gambrinus

The first PechaKucha in Omsk will take place on 1 October. Six speakers will make their interesting presentation according to the 20*20 rule.

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Stop Drinking Tea!

BY SERGEY MYACHIN
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2013

Sergey Myachin speaks hilariously on the harm caffeine does to the human body and its detriment to effective working. He gives some scientific background on the chemical, and advocates that we avoid consuming too much tea and coffee. (in Russian)

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How I Learned to Make a Hookah

BY ANATOLYL FEDORENKO
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2013

Anatolyi Fedorenko tells about his experience of making a hookah in relation to his life and some advice from friends, including how to make a hookah with a bowl of fruits. (In Russian) 

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Russia Laws and Prison Subculture

BY DARLY TIMOHINA
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2013

Lawyer Dariy Timohina discusses various features of creation and execution of legislation in Russia. She shares her opinion on how these features led to the creation of a very specific prison subculture that became prominent enough to develop its own slang and rituals. (in Russian) 

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How to Earn a Million Dollars

BY DMITRIY PALUGA
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2013

Dmitriy Paluga shares his opinion about Scientology in a joking manner. He begins with a short history of Scientology, famous followers and its overall gist. Main attention is paid to the experience of the personality assessment test and passing the auditing test. (in Russian) 

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Welcome to Omsk, PechaKucha!

BY IRINA MALYGINA
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2013

Irina Malygina, one of the organizers for PechaKucha in Omsk, talks about the history and origins of PechaKucha and about how PechaKucha came to Omsk. (in Russian) 

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How Can a Necktie Help in War?

BY YULIA SKOK
@ VOL 1 ON OCT 01, 2013

Needlewoman Yulia Skok presents clothes firstly made for military needs, but then later finding a place in everyday life. Yulia talks about cloaks, jackets, shoes, sweaters and what-not to wear clothing items. She highlights that many common types of clothing styles have a military origin. (in Russian) 

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