The Presentation

So… the presentation is done.

With two weeks time to reflect, I think it went quite well. We tried to bring across, how digital technologies certainly do have an impact on improving press freedom worldwide, but at the same time obviously can’t change things overnight.

The prepared audio unfortunately didn’t work but apart from that, we were right in time.

Adrian’s “live”-report tricked at least some people and we discussed for quite some time, how important especially the internet is right now for what is happening in the Middle East.

Thanks also for the animated twitter discussion!


About Anne Gonschorek

I am a globetrotter. A dreamer. A geek. A perfectionist. And hopelessly romantic. I am scared of a lot of things and always eager to challenge each and every single one of them. I am German, currently being lost located in Falmouth/Cornwall. Above all that, I am now a multimedia journalist. I just happened to find out that the sun actually does shine in England. ...sometimes. For all the other days, I hold it with Bob Dylan: "Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet."
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3 Responses to The Presentation

  1. I think that you are right that Adrian’s piece did work really well – definitely made the presentation engaging and easy to follow. And I think you guys did especially well at the end with the questions, explaining yourselves really eloquently – you obviously knew what you were talking about! well done guys.

  2. Anne Gonschorek says:

    Thanks, James!

  3. Claire Jones says:

    Thank you James. I was really pleased with the questions that were asked as we were able to bring other areas of our research into the debate. I hope that it aided your understanding!

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