In our IF Forum EXTRA of Wednesday, January, 25th, 2012, we will get the chance to see and hear a very special presentation. Klaus-Jürgen Grün is our guest. He will talk about the
The Art of Thinking Negative!
Many already look forward to this event. Our big lecture hall in the seminar zone of the InterFace AG building at Unterhaching well certainly be very (perhaps too?) full. But so what? Because
we will broadcast the entire event live into the internet!
An internet presentation is most fun if you see it in a group. That makes it possible for you to discuss it at your heart’s content afterwards – maybe even until next morning.
So here is a piece of advice for our listeners on the internet:
Get some beer or red wine – dependent on what sorts of guests you invite – and store it in your cellar! Also get a cold “Bavarian Snack” or “Leberkäs”. If you can, get pickles. And not to forget the “Emmentaler” or the “Obatzten”, thee Brezen and the traditional farmer’s bread (and the sour herring for breakfast?). Put up a large screen and then invite as many guests as you can!
Shortly after 6 p.m. the “party” will begin. You can see the video stream of the entire presentation under http://www.ustream.tv/channel/IF-Forum. It is basically as easy to get it as most things on the internet. All you have to do is move your browser to the aforementioned web address and after less than ten seconds loading time, you will see the video image.
You can easily test of the video stream works on your browser. Just click onto the aforementioned URL. If you see the video player on the left side, you will be able to watch the broadcast.
If not, you should make sure that a current flash player is installed as a plugin on your browser. Read here (http://get.adobe.com/de/flashplayer) how you can install it. If the video stream is “noisy” or occasionally interrupted, that is probably due to the band width of your internet. We recommend a downstream bandwidth minimum 500 kbps. For more help and information, click here.
You were not able to see the live stream or want to see the presentation a second time? No problem: we will record it and make it publicly available. Details on this will, naturally, again be available on our “Corporate Blog” IF-Open.
I already look forward to having a huge internet audience.
(Translated by EG)