How many times must you see someone out of the corner of your eye before it seems more than mere coincidence? At a large conference there are going to be people you never see, there will also be people you see everywhere. The coincidence shaking moment happened when I saw John Gargani at Jeff Wasbes’ […]
There were somewhere around 50 Ignite sessions at Evaluation 2012. Each one was recorded by Kevin Flora. Following the conference, Kevin will be going through each recording, editing and prepping for an eventual online release. When I met Kevin on Thursday morning he refused the title of “tech guy.” Kevin is in an interdisciplinary doctoral […]
I was fortunate to have a similar flight time as a few of my colleagues. We decided to eat together at an airport restaurant. The following cartoon depicts what happened next. It's times like these that I am most proud to hang out with the eval crowd.
Last night I received further confirmation as to why I love being part of the data visualization and reporting topical interest group. It is just one big group of creatives and innovators. I can't wait until the recorded presentations go up on the web. Here are my cartoons.
Tried to get into an Ignite session a little too late today. Jam packed and probably needing bigger rooms next year. Heading to happy hour in a few at Brit's pub. Here are some midday cartoons to hold you over until later tonight…
So my Ignite presentation is done and it was a lot of fun. I definitely can't make the claim that I had the best presentation of my session, my co- igniters rocked it. He are three cartoons to get your day started. The third can help boost your presentation performance. If you want to know […]
Coolest thing about the poster night for me is running into friends and online amigos. He's not cartooned below but Matt Keene should win the coolest evaluator award. I'm not just saying that because he bought me a beer.
This session was filled with Evaluation's heavy hitters; John Gargani, Michael Scriven, Susan Kistler, Beverly Parsons, Tyra Good, and Christina Segerholm. It was a good mix of optimism and pessimism with a touch of motivation. Here are my cartoons…
The evaluation conference is officially underway. Here are some of my cartoons from the opening plenary.
I just checked into a very nice room here in Minneapolis, getting ready to have lunch then heading over to the conference hotel. My goal this year is to just take everything in and not spend too much time agonizing over my own presentations. I also plan to cartoon, cartoon, cartoon (and yes, saying “cartoon” […]