We're experimenting with a new piece of software, Adobe Presenter, which allows us to put presentations online with a voice-over—essentially you can talk through a presentation as if you were delivering it normally, except no one can see you.
After some wrestling with the technology—setting up microphones, crying when it crashed for the seventh time—I finally managed to commit 14 minutes of carefully prepared thoughts about Customer Emotions to hard drive.
The result is great, except for one thing—I have to listen to the sound of my own voice. Shudder. Anyway, judge for yourself:
If it goes down well, we'll be doing more of these in the future. It's an ideal way to share 10 or 15 minutes worth of our ideas without trying to organise a full course. Let us know what you think. Maybe in time I'll get used to the sound of my own voice?