Friday’s Finds 6/18/10 – 6/24/10

Here are five finds that I found on twitter this week.  I organized the posts by the 3 major actions within a learnstream.

Outputs (speaking)

iOPT RT @OliviaMitchell: Presentation structure: Why is it smarter to put your conclusion in your opening

It’s more effective to tell your audience your conclusion near the beginning of your presentation

@bmenell See some visual thinking done real-time with @davegray on @danbenjamin ‘s show. “Don’t read your slides to me.”

They discuss how something as simple as a drawing can change how we communicate concepts and ideas more directly.

Purifiers (thinking)

@sub31 dopamine and information overload, the secret payoff

It’s all about seeking — The latest research, though is changing this view. Instead of dopamine causing us to experience pleasure, the latest research shows that dopamine causes seeking behavior.

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