The talks went fairly well today.
About 6-8 attended the Genlighten talk. I didn’t sense much response from the audience, but several seemed to get the idea. Unfortunately, the extension video cable I’d bought wasn’t high enough resolution and the screen image was blurred (i.e., double… poor sync of some kind.) The top was cut off the screen as well.
The Footnote talk felt a lot better. For one thing, around 80-100 attended in one of the smaller ballrooms at the Dixie Center. Almost all were FHC Consultants. Essentially none of their patrons used Footnote, based on their hand-raises in response to my question.
There was a fair amount of interaction, and the flow of the talk seemed to go well. I felt like I had good material, and enough of it to feel like I was delivering something substantial.
The director of the Regional St. George FHC asked me for a copy. I’ll have to visit her booth tomorrow to give it to her.
I’ve had some good conversations at the booth as well, though only a few seemed particularly enthused about becoming providers.