Category Archives: Public Speaking

Purchasing Pundits: The Ezra Klein Edition?

So this came across the Twitterz recently: How much is the insurance industry paying Ezra Klein? benefitssellingexpo.com/speakertypes/2… Probably $15,000-$25,000 washingtonspeakers.com/speakers/speak…— Jamison Foser (@jamisonfoser) April 09, 2013 If you don’t follow the links, Washington Post policy blogger Ezra Klein is a … Continue reading

Posted in Bidness, Ethics, Healthcare, News Media, Progressives, Public Speaking

Chris, Scientists Who Speak Well Do Put the Conclusions First

All of the Mad Biologist’s rhetorical gall can be divided into three parts.
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When Speakers Run Over

Admittedly, if you’re a bigwig, you can probably afford to ignore this, but, if you’re not, keeping this in mind is probably a good career move.
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So What Incentives Do We Give Scientists to Communicate to a Wider Public?

There have to be professional, not just personal, incentives to to reach out to the public.
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Posted in Education, Funding, Public Speaking, Publishing | 18 Comments

What Public Speaking-Related Weirdness Do You Have?

Early onset stage fright?
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