For the NTC ROI of Social Media Panel, the awesome panelists will do a case study slam. I had read about the "Ask Later" format used at Ignite Seattle, but on the plane back from my travels last week I got a chance to read Presentation Zen by Garr Reynolds and discovered that the format is called Pecha-Kucha.
I wanted to put together some quick links for the panelist (who I hope don't kill me) of some examples and tips. Here's an excellent example of a Pecha-Kucha on signage by Daniel Pink, a writer at Wired. Here's what Garr Reynolds had to say about his presentation.
The case study presenters will include representatives from nonprofits using social networks or other web2.0 tools -- Eve Smith, Danielle Brigida, Carie Lewis, and Wendy Harmon. Each case study will focus on a different aspects.
Have you ever presented Pecha-Kucha style? Have any advice?