For the sake of posterity, I thought I'd note some of the speaking I've done recently.
In February I spoke at the Brisbane edition of Web Directions' What Do You Know series where I had a ball and spoke about responsive tables. There were some other great speakers, including the prolific and talented Andy Clarke, who I rather embarrassingly mistook for the also prolific and talented Andy Budd. I was also lucky enough to take home a pretty swish looking umbrella thanks to being voted favourite by the crowd on the night. This is my new career highlight.
More recently I was invited to speak about my ongoing, but ever so slightly stalled, personal geolocation project, alltheplacesigo.com at the inaugural GeoRabble Brisbane. It was a crowd of raucous, but serious looking GIS industry professionals—I was definitely out of my comfort zone.
For GeoRabble, I had a second attempt at using Prezi with much better results than last time. The platform has come a long way since 2010. Although they make little sense without the talking that went with them, you can check out the slide deck, which starts at The Pig & Whistle and follows my usual walk home.