You’ve got just about the same amount of time as they give you in speed dating, too: just a few moments to decide if there’s anything worth pursuing in each interaction with an attendee.
You can talk about other discussions taking a place in Archinect and make cross references to a particular link, picture, response and whatever else you deem necessary or entertaining or thought provoking about the other thread. As was noted in this previous thread, which I will post in the spirit of the Thread Central: Is everything in slow motion at your office too? I don't post pictures - i like the ability to post in security of not being held accountable; Rem will get mad on threads central: i can say it really doesn't get interesting on the forum until the eastern seaboard comes online. sorry rayray it just too much space wasted at the base for a 24" high book case. It's now an Indian antiques shop." So, do you think you will ever actually see my 1985 bookshelf, which is also my first built work?
thus the name: Thread Central here are some examples of comments that comes to mind: * hey did you read on --------- thread ------- thinks frank gehry is good. other than a few uk hits, a sporadic supernova in dubai, and jump in tokyo, there's not much action i think it sucked more electricity when bold. Snowi, I've have no problem, but your comments were odd.
Basically, hordes of people are coming through the doors of the convention center, and it’s your job to cull the “bad dates” from the good ones (people who “get” your company and its products or services, and have the means to buy from you).
But I’ve seen enough examples of this modern mating ritual to understand how it works, and it’s not that different from what you’re trying to do on the trade show floor.
I’m talking about the impression your trade show exhibit makes on those passing by.