Monday April 14, 2008 @ 10:57 PM (UTC)

It is a fairly safe assumption that one purpose of giving an introduction before an invited speaker is to induce anticipation of the lecture, reading or performance in the audience. However, I think there are better ways than to tire and exasperate your auditors so thoroughly that the main speaker is anticipated as a relief from the introduction rather than as an event in his or her own right.


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