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; Description: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_Talk Lightning Talks] are short lectures any congress participant may give!
  
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; Description: [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_Talk Lightning Talks] are '''5-minute talks by you'''.
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The Lightning Talks were a huge hit at the 29c3!  For the first time since we introduced the new Lightning Talk format, every slot was completely booked by Day 2. There were three packed sessions and over seven hours of Lightning Talks.  There is a possibility that Lightning Talk slots will be gone by the time the Congress starts, so submit your idea as soon as possible!
  
; Content: Bring your infectious enthusiasm to an audience with a short attention span!  Discuss a program, system or technique!  Pitch your projects and ideas or try to rally a crew of people to your party or assembly!  Whatever you bring, make it quick!
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= How to Apply =
  
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Send an e-mail to 30c3@nickfarr.org with the following information:
  
== Content ==
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# Presentation Title
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# 30c3 Wiki Username
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# Language of your Presentation
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# Keywords
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# Abstract
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# Relevant Links (Project Page, 30c3 Wiki Page, etc.)
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# Slides in PDF or ODF format OR link to their Video
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# Do we have your permission to upload your slides to the wiki? (Before my talk/After My Talk/Not at all)
  
=== Day 2 ===
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Got questions?  See the [[Static:Lightning_Talks#FAQ|FAQ]]
  
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= How it Works =
  
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The 30c3 Lightning Talks are 5 minutes each, given on a first-come, first-served basis to presenters who provide complete submissions.  There is no curation on content or message, however, no submission which violates the [https://www.ccc.de/de/updates/2005/unvereinbarkeitserklaerung core principles of the CCC] will be accepted.
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# Speakers take the podium as the moderator brings up their slides on the beamer.
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# Once slides are ready, the speaker is given a "Go" to proceed.
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# Speakers introduce themselves
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# To move to the next slides, the speaekr will say "slide"
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# With one minute left to go, the moderator will give a "One Minute" warning over the microphone
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# The moderator will give another warning with 30 seconds left
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# At 10 seconds, the moderator will signal the audience to count down.
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# When the speaker is finished, or five minutes are up, the audience applauds and the next speaker takes the stage.
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= Schedule =
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== Currently Approved Talks - Waiting to be Scheduled ==
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| colspan="8" | '''REGULAR LIGHTNING TALK ROUND'''
 
 
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| TBA
| Presenter
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! PHDays Labyrinth: The Hacker Disneyland
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| Yuri Goltsev
| Keywords
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| English
| Abstract
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| PHDays, Hacking, Dumpster Diving, Lockpicking, Vulns, CTF
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| The Labyrinth at Positive Hack Days is a real life hacking attraction. During only one hour the participants of the competition are to get over the laser field and motion detectors, pick some locks, clear the room of bugs, defeat artificial intelligence, and disarm the bomb. To get through the Labyrinth, you will need some skills in dumpster diving, lock picking, application vulnerabilities detection, social engineering, and of course, there is no way without mother wit and physical fitness.
| slides
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| [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr_y1_JokqI&t=194 PHDays III on YouTube]
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| To Be Uploaded
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|-
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| (15:00)
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! Bitford, a streaming BitTorrent client for Chrome
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| Astro
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| English
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| BitTorrent, Chrome
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| This talk will present Bitford, a BitTorrent client with novel features. Piggybacked on Chrome, it runs on many OS platforms. Because browsers feature A/V playback capabilities, it turns BitTorrent into a true YouTube killer by allowing playback while still downloading.
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| [https://github.com/astro/bitford GitHub] [https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/bitford/agjcpjkkccmhfopfciohkkfolnjbbdoh Bitford on Chrome Web Store]
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| To Be Uploaded
 
|}
 
|}
  
=== Day 3 ===
 
  
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== Day 2 - Room and Time TBA ==
  
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|-  
| colspan="8" |  '''PECHA KUCHA ROUND'''
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| TBA
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! How to give a good Lightning Talk
! Title
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| [[User:Nickfarr | Nick Farr]]
| Presenter
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| English
| Language
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| Lightning Talks, Orientation, Introduction
| Keywords
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| This is a brief Lightning Talk explaining the basics of how the Lightning Talks work.
| Abstract
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| [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_talk Lightning Talks on Wikipedia]
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| To Be Uploaded
| slides
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|-
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| colspan="8" |  '''REGULAR LIGHTNING TALK ROUND'''
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! Title
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| Presenter
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| Language
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| Keywords
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| Abstract
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| links
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| slides
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|}
 
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=== Day 4 ===
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== Day 3 - Room and Time TBA ==
 
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| [[User:Nickfarr | Nick Farr]]
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| English
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| Lightning Talks, Orientation, Introduction
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| This is a brief Lightning Talk explaining the basics of how the Lightning Talks work.
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| [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_talk Lightning Talks on Wikipedia]
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| To Be Uploaded
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! Title
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! How to give a good Lightning Talk
| Presenter
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| [[User:Nickfarr | Nick Farr]]
| Language
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| English
| Keywords
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| Lightning Talks, Orientation, Introduction
| Abstract
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| This is a brief Lightning Talk explaining the basics of how the Lightning Talks work.
| links
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| [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lightning_talk Lightning Talks on Wikipedia]
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| To Be Uploaded
 
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= FAQ =
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'''Q:''' I'm so nervous!  I've never been on stage before.  I couldn't possibly give a lightning talk!
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:'''A:''' Yes, you can!  LTs are not about being polished or professional, they're for people with passion for their ideas.  It's very natural to be nervous, but that fades quickly once you're on stage talking about your ideas.  Many people who gave a good Lightning Talk went on to submit a successful lecture at a future congress.
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'''Q:''' Why do I have to submit slides in advance?
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:'''A:''' Because switching from laptop to laptop wastes a lot of time and breaks the flow of the session.  At the 29c3, using this format, we were able to present nearly six hours of talks and achieve nearly standing-room only crowds.  Most LT presenters find it far better to reach many more people with a solid, concise message than give a flashy presentation to a handful of people.
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'''Q:''' But I have a really cool animation/presi/flashytime presentation that I must give on my own hardware!
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:'''A:''' [http://www.slideshare.net/asevenstern/prezi-sucks No, you don't.]
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'''Q:''' What if I absolutely must give a demo on my own hardware?
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:'''A:''' There are only a very small number of slots where this will be possible, at the beginning and at the break for most sessions.  You must test your hardware in advance and any delays in getting your laptop on the beamer will come out of your five minutes.  Why not try a video instead?
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'''Q:''' I can't possibly give my talk in 5 minutes!
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:'''A:''' There are a small number of slots for 15 minute talks.  With your submission, write in greater detail why you really need 15 minutes to fully deliver your point.
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'''Q:''' What if I don't want to use slides at all?
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:'''A:''' That's fine, but you must provide some kind of background graphic to say who you are and what you're talking about.  This is for the audience's benefit, if they really like what you're saying, you should give them some way of getting a hold of you.
  
== Tips for a good Lightning Talk ==
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'''Q:''' What should I include in my last (or only) slide?
  
; Remember:
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:'''A:''' The following things should be in your last slide:
* All slides are run from a central computer. 
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:: Your Name (handle, etc.)
** Please see the section on bringing your own display if you absolutely must use your own.
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:: Contact (DECT, email, fon)
* You only have FIVE (or 6 2/3rd) MINUTES (for Pecha Kucha).  Use them wisely.
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:: Links (project homepage)
** Note: In Pecha Kucha, slides automatically advance every 20 seconds
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:: Place of contact (assembly, room, party)
* BE READY TO GO AND IN THE ROOM at least 15 MINUTES PRIOR TO YOUR SCHEDULED TIME.
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* While there are better, there is no need for any catchy slides, a background graphic is fine...but you need something behind you.
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* Just be informative, be quick, be smart.
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* Tell people how to get involved and how they can contact you.
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* Include the following things in your last slide:
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: Name
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: Contact (DECT, email, fon)
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: Links (project homepage)
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: Place of contact (assembly, room, party)
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* Practice your talk with friends.
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== How it Works in Detail ==
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'''Q:''' Ich spreche nicht sehr gut Englisch. Kann präsentiere ich meine Vortrags auf Deutsch?
  
# Submit your talk in advance.
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:'''A:''' Ja, genau. Bitte habe Geduld mit dem Moderator, ist sein deutscher wirklich schrecklich.
#* You must submit your slides or background graphic in advance to guarantee a spot on the schedule.
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#* Exceptions will be made only for top secret demos and specialized hardware which MUST have a VGA out ready to go. You must bring your own VGA adapter.
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# At the Session
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## Be present in the room 15 minutes before the session starts
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## Be ready at the podium two presentations before yours begins, jump on stage when your slides appear!
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# On Stage
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## Adjust the microphone.
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## Check your slides or background graphic
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## Say who you are
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## Mention the title again.
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## If you are using slides, say "next slide" when you want to advance your slide (Does not apply to Pecha Kucha, slide advances automatically.)
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## Speak clearly and loud.
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## Only say the most interesting stuff.
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## Say everything else on your webpage.
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##When you hear the audience start to countdown to "time!" say goodbye and leave the stage quickly.
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# After your Talk
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## Be prepared to meet interested people after the session.
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## Have a flyer, handout and/or business card ready.
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## Get back to them during the congress.
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== Guidelines for Display Hardware Approval ==
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'''Q:''' How do I get an answer to a question that is not answered here?
  
* Must be a presentation or demo that requires interactive input.
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:'''A:''' E-mail 30c3@nickfarr.org
* Must TEST your setup in the room at a prearranged time at least 12 hours prior to the Lighting Talk
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* You have 10 seconds to get your laptop on the video, anything beyond that comes out of your scheduled time.
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* Must bring your own hardware to convert to VGA.
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Revision as of 19:40, 13 November 2013

Description
Lightning Talks are short lectures any congress participant may give!
Content
Bring your infectious enthusiasm to an audience with a short attention span! Discuss a program, system or technique! Pitch your projects and ideas or try to rally a crew of people to your party or assembly! Whatever you bring, make it quick!

The Lightning Talks were a huge hit at the 29c3! For the first time since we introduced the new Lightning Talk format, every slot was completely booked by Day 2. There were three packed sessions and over seven hours of Lightning Talks. There is a possibility that Lightning Talk slots will be gone by the time the Congress starts, so submit your idea as soon as possible!

How to Apply

Send an e-mail to 30c3@nickfarr.org with the following information:

  1. Presentation Title
  2. 30c3 Wiki Username
  3. Language of your Presentation
  4. Keywords
  5. Abstract
  6. Relevant Links (Project Page, 30c3 Wiki Page, etc.)
  7. Slides in PDF or ODF format OR link to their Video
  8. Do we have your permission to upload your slides to the wiki? (Before my talk/After My Talk/Not at all)

Got questions? See the FAQ

How it Works

The 30c3 Lightning Talks are 5 minutes each, given on a first-come, first-served basis to presenters who provide complete submissions. There is no curation on content or message, however, no submission which violates the core principles of the CCC will be accepted.

  1. Speakers take the podium as the moderator brings up their slides on the beamer.
  2. Once slides are ready, the speaker is given a "Go" to proceed.
  3. Speakers introduce themselves
  4. To move to the next slides, the speaekr will say "slide"
  5. With one minute left to go, the moderator will give a "One Minute" warning over the microphone
  6. The moderator will give another warning with 30 seconds left
  7. At 10 seconds, the moderator will signal the audience to count down.
  8. When the speaker is finished, or five minutes are up, the audience applauds and the next speaker takes the stage.

Schedule

Currently Approved Talks - Waiting to be Scheduled

Time Title Presenter Lang Keywords Abstract Links Slides
TBA PHDays Labyrinth: The Hacker Disneyland Yuri Goltsev English PHDays, Hacking, Dumpster Diving, Lockpicking, Vulns, CTF The Labyrinth at Positive Hack Days is a real life hacking attraction. During only one hour the participants of the competition are to get over the laser field and motion detectors, pick some locks, clear the room of bugs, defeat artificial intelligence, and disarm the bomb. To get through the Labyrinth, you will need some skills in dumpster diving, lock picking, application vulnerabilities detection, social engineering, and of course, there is no way without mother wit and physical fitness. PHDays III on YouTube To Be Uploaded
(15:00) Bitford, a streaming BitTorrent client for Chrome Astro English BitTorrent, Chrome This talk will present Bitford, a BitTorrent client with novel features. Piggybacked on Chrome, it runs on many OS platforms. Because browsers feature A/V playback capabilities, it turns BitTorrent into a true YouTube killer by allowing playback while still downloading. GitHub Bitford on Chrome Web Store To Be Uploaded


Day 2 - Room and Time TBA

Time Title Presenter Lang Keywords Abstract Links Slides
TBA How to give a good Lightning Talk Nick Farr English Lightning Talks, Orientation, Introduction This is a brief Lightning Talk explaining the basics of how the Lightning Talks work. Lightning Talks on Wikipedia To Be Uploaded

Day 3 - Room and Time TBA

Time Title Presenter Lang Keywords Abstract Links Slides
TBA How to give a good Lightning Talk Nick Farr English Lightning Talks, Orientation, Introduction This is a brief Lightning Talk explaining the basics of how the Lightning Talks work. Lightning Talks on Wikipedia To Be Uploaded

Day 4 - Room and Time TBA

Time Title Presenter Lang Keywords Abstract Links Slides
TBA How to give a good Lightning Talk Nick Farr English Lightning Talks, Orientation, Introduction This is a brief Lightning Talk explaining the basics of how the Lightning Talks work. Lightning Talks on Wikipedia To Be Uploaded

FAQ

Q: I'm so nervous! I've never been on stage before. I couldn't possibly give a lightning talk!

A: Yes, you can! LTs are not about being polished or professional, they're for people with passion for their ideas. It's very natural to be nervous, but that fades quickly once you're on stage talking about your ideas. Many people who gave a good Lightning Talk went on to submit a successful lecture at a future congress.

Q: Why do I have to submit slides in advance?

A: Because switching from laptop to laptop wastes a lot of time and breaks the flow of the session. At the 29c3, using this format, we were able to present nearly six hours of talks and achieve nearly standing-room only crowds. Most LT presenters find it far better to reach many more people with a solid, concise message than give a flashy presentation to a handful of people.

Q: But I have a really cool animation/presi/flashytime presentation that I must give on my own hardware!

A: No, you don't.

Q: What if I absolutely must give a demo on my own hardware?

A: There are only a very small number of slots where this will be possible, at the beginning and at the break for most sessions. You must test your hardware in advance and any delays in getting your laptop on the beamer will come out of your five minutes. Why not try a video instead?

Q: I can't possibly give my talk in 5 minutes!

A: There are a small number of slots for 15 minute talks. With your submission, write in greater detail why you really need 15 minutes to fully deliver your point.

Q: What if I don't want to use slides at all?

A: That's fine, but you must provide some kind of background graphic to say who you are and what you're talking about. This is for the audience's benefit, if they really like what you're saying, you should give them some way of getting a hold of you.

Q: What should I include in my last (or only) slide?

A: The following things should be in your last slide:
Your Name (handle, etc.)
Contact (DECT, email, fon)
Links (project homepage)
Place of contact (assembly, room, party)

Q: Ich spreche nicht sehr gut Englisch. Kann präsentiere ich meine Vortrags auf Deutsch?

A: Ja, genau. Bitte habe Geduld mit dem Moderator, ist sein deutscher wirklich schrecklich.

Q: How do I get an answer to a question that is not answered here?

A: E-mail 30c3@nickfarr.org