Why can’t they do this at every conference?

From, inevitably, the Improbable Research blog.

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9 Responses to Why can’t they do this at every conference?

  1. Matt Brown says:

    We should do this at Science Online London.

  2. Bob O'Hara says:

    I wonder if we could persuade rpg to be Miss Sweetie Poo.

  3. Matt Brown says:

    They’re both blond(e). Sort of.

  4. Benoit Bruneau says:

    I prefer the gorilla carting off the speaker.

  5. Stephen Curry says:

    But some people might not see the gorilla… (apparently they can be hard to spot).

  6. Bob O'Hara says:

    I gather they’re only hard to spot during basketball games.

  7. Grant Jacobs says:

    Category ‘Grrl can’t Do This’ gives me a 404 error, which has me thinking ‘Bob can’t do that’ :-)
    More on topic: great video. So good if it weren’t dubious ethics I’d nick it for my blog! :-)

  8. Bob O'Hara says:

    It means that Grrl can do everything (except create categories).
    And I thought nicking stuff from other people’s blogs was somewhere between ethically good and mandatory.

  9. Åsa Karlström says:

    haha, awesome! :) Thanks Bob!
    I love that she [any version of the little lady] sorts of increases the volume and just goes on and on and on… And some of them are so obviously not used to the idea that someone should interrupt their precious talk ;)
    It usre more fun than just turning of the microphone. Now, that I have seen done at uni presentations. “You get 10 mins, and after that the microphone is off and you are off stage. What ever you say afterwards doesn’t count” sometimes threats do work…