I'd rather be a cowboy than to stare blank at the walls
I have been spending too much time in web meetings [is that one word?] as of late. Maybe it's because I'm a PC, but I swear there is nothing more boring than watching a hand icon click through eight screens while a voice explains: "3.2 is so much more user friendly than the old version."
Are there people out there that learn this way? I like to doodle during web meetings.
Seriously, I received no training on the old version, if the new version is so much easier to use, I think I can figure it out on my own.
To make today's web meeting feel more like a real meeting, it was held in a conference room; the facilitator's screen was projected on a wall by LCD, while he spoke from somewhere in Kansas. The room was large enough to need two speaker phones, but not large enough to actually allow two speaker phones to be in the same room together. If you have never heard two speaker phones in the same room at the same time...well, there's a pretty good reason for that.
This post looks a little short. Did you know that my people invented that little hand icon?