...that is the question. Whether it is nobler in the mind to suff the slings and arrows of outrageous boredom, or take jokes against a sea of technedium...
OK, there's no such word technedium, so I'm copywriting it now - if you use it you owe me a quarter :) Technedium (noun): 1) Tedious details associated with any sort of technical materials, 2) any "some assembly required"-manual
Seriously, I have a question for those who would answer. I recently had a comment after finishing a class that said "Good instructor, but he was a little strange. Maybe if he didn't use all those silly voices" - that isn't verbatim, but you get the general idea.
This threw me - for those of you that know me or have listened to me speak or teach, you know I'm a little, well, weird. This is deliberate - I'm trying to keep things as lively as possible while discussing things that could potentially put one to sleep. Many people like this. Apparently there are some that don't.
My question to everyone is - do I abandon my persona and try to adopt a more "normal" approach when speaking and teaching?