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  1. Matt Whyndham

    I find it fascinating to know what the audience is like for a given event. It tells me more than the abstracts ever could. Strategies for having a good look at the audience, without going to the trouble of being a speaker or an organiser: a) pretend you were meeting your colleague and look around for them, b) come in late and walk up and down the aisle, negotiating for space throught the medium of eyebrow movements, c) look at them anyway ñ the world thinks academics are wierdos anyway. Works at the cinema too.

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