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The video of my presentation at the "2nd World DNA and Genome Day" is now up on YouTube.

Bob Dylan's self-admonition "And I'll know my songs well before I start singin.." at the end of "Hard Rain" is something I will pay more attention to in future. It is amazing how rusty one can get, even when just 6 months elapse between major presentations... Sigh...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBeKbUB1edE

Your comments and suggestions are welcomed...
 

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Well, Dr Marshall, I didn't think you sounded rusty but, then again, I'm not a scientist, so may have missed some subtleties.

Considering your presentations over the last few years have been trying to get the same message across (with some variations of course, and with some new things as they are learned), do you sense that people at these conferences are starting to getting it? Are scientists starting to take serious interest? For example, do any of them contact you after the fact to get more information?

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Dr. M
I caught a lot of points in your talk that would have gone completely over my head before, because of all the studying. I am learning something! There is a lot of information though that was not in earlier talks.

It seems like the Chinese invite the MP group more than American conferences, just my imagination?

I am in constant amazement that the science is hitting the pavement so early though.
Great Thanks, Best,
Mike

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looked pretty seamless to me !

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American conferences are run by the "old boy network." By the time a conference is announced, the main speakers have already been firmed up, and there is little interest in allowing outsiders to present novel material. International conferences do this to a much lesser degree, and the Chinese conferences basically organize their schedules around the people who want to speak. If you are published in PubMed then you can speak at the China conferences.

In Dalian, Liz and I spent long evenings in the hotel restaurant with a core group of like-minded scientists, from Russia, Europe, Asia and Australia... We shared experience (and jokes) ranging over a wide variety of science and non-science topics...

..Trevor..
 

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The video is now additionally posted on Vimeo.

http://vimeo.com/23545281

If you have a slower internet connection, you can download the video from the link at the bottom right-hand corner of the page (where it says "Download this video.")  You can play the video on your computer with VLC from http://www.videolan.org

I think the download link is only available for members, please let me know if you have any trouble finding it.
 

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Alternatively you can use the DownloadHelper Plugin in Firefox and download it as an mp4 file from Youtube or Vimeo.

http://www.downloadhelper.net/

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Nice presentation :cool:

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I agree... good presentation!   I did not see any "rust" in your presentation Dr Marshall! 

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If anyone has trouble with DownloadHelper, another firefox plugin call "Ant video downloader" also works very well.

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There was nothing wrong with this presentation.  It was excellent. :)

Last edited on Wed May 11th, 2011 13:32 by Tll6

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The audio/video/content was excellent.  Well done, thanks

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I thought the question / answer session was very good. Good questions and clear, to-the-point, yet comprehensive answers.

Last edited on Wed May 11th, 2011 19:51 by findinganswers

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Would anyone care to try to make a transcript of this presentation for our MP KB page?

This is tedious, slow-paced work, but many will benefit from your efforts if you volunteer for this task.

Thanks.

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I will make a go at it.

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Joyful,

How particular should I be in the translation? (Use "Going to" for "Gonna" or just type "Gonna"? include "Um"'s? - show pauses with punctuation or just type the sentence that is ultimately said?) If I am going to do it, I want to do it "right."

Thanks.

Last edited on Mon Jun 13th, 2011 19:16 by findinganswers

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findinganswers,
Thanks for giving this a try. :)

When I have transcribed previous talks I tend to "tidy up" the text version. For example, I tend to skip the "ah" and "um" spacing vocalizations. Also, is a phrase is partially repeated, I only would give the whole thing one time.

You should feel free to use your own judgement as you go. :cool:

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I have transcribed the talk. There are a few places where I couldn't understand what was said. In those places I have placed "-?" in place of the words that I could not understand. Where, how, and to whom should I send it?

I would recommend for anyone who has listened to this talk and was confused by anything (like when Dr. Marshall is talking about the helices and moieties on the VDR), get BSPlayer or VLC player and play it in slow motion (I like BSPlayer's slow motion better, because it actually lowers the tone with the speed, just like if you were slowing down the speed on a vinyl record, whereas VLC player's slow motion tries to maintain the original tone of the sound, but with a slower speed - which feels unnatural). To watch it with BSPlayer or VLC player, you have to download it first. You can use the DownloadHelper Firefox extension to download it from youtube, or you can download it from Vimeo after you sign in with Vimeo (you will have to register if you are not already registered with them).

Last edited on Sat Jun 18th, 2011 12:16 by findinganswers

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Thank you for doing this!
I will PM you with where to send the transcript. :) :D :cool:



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