The Kellogg High-Tech Club (@KelloggHTC) held a presentation today on Twitter covering what it is and why students (and really anyone) should use it.  The presentation was led by the venerable @missfword, @monkbent (blog), and @jj_watson, with testimonials provided by @tomloverro (blog) and myself, @oneillo.  It was pretty well attended; I think that 40+ students were there.
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<div class="separator" style="clear: both; text-align: center;"></div></td></tr></tbody></table>It was a great presentation, and I enjoyed being a part of it.  At the end, I briefly discussed my Twitter approach, which is more about connecting with people than personal branding per se, and I mentioned some of my notable Twitter experiences: getting contacted by a company I was doing a case on, getting a free Choose Your Own Adventure book, and chatting a bit with the @lifeatdeloitte users.

It was also a great opportunity to do some more public speaking! It’s crazy to think of how far I’ve come along since starting at Kellogg. This was probably one of the largest groups I’ve ever spoken in front of, and I didn’t feel a trace of nervousness.

I’ve only recently been able to attend the High-tech Club’s events.  If I weren’t already so active in the Consulting Club stuff, I would have been all over the HTC during my first two quarters.