First, as far as finding other resources on this kind of
stuff, you might actually try some of the ads on these
pages! There are some sites out there with some good
tips and examples that are accessible before they
try to sell you a "professionally written
speech." Give it a shot - you never know what
good stuff you might find!
can always E-mail
Me - Ask me a question, I might have an
answer. I was dispensing advice on this stuff long
before I made this guide! Just gimme two or three
days to reply.
Write - resources for writing of any kind.
Your best bet for all-purpose writing help.
Quite a few video tips on public speaking - it can help
to see how, not just read about it!
Professor - Professional speechwriting
and presentation design. If you want to pay
someone to do it, ask them - not me!
- the more commercial resource. Heartless?
Maybe, but it's still good advice. Judge for
- A well-assembled collection of existing speeches,
but their writing advice evades the art of
speechwriting. "Automatic speech
writer"? "Speech in an
instant"??? Gimme a break!
Dave's Other Sites:
Unpressable Buttons -
A blog on product design use and usability. Designs
old and new, inspired and unspired; the little
things that matter!
Guide to Poker Night - All you need to
know to put together and host a friendly poker night
The Fortune Cookie Quandary
- A niche site about the plight of the fortune cookie
DG Designed -
Currently selling the Nautilus stainless-steel keychain