PechaKucha is a style of presentation that involves 20 slides running for 20 seconds per slide.  Read my blog post on PechaKucha here.

Since PechaKucha made its debut in 2003, other presentation styles emerged.  One such style is called Ignite.

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Ignite began in 2006 in Seattle, Washington, and, similar to the PechaKucha style, Ignite presenters have 5 minutes to display 20 slides, so the slides change automatically every 15 seconds.  (Source).  The second annual Global Ignite Week was held in February 2011, and over 63 Ignite events occurred all over the world.  Click here to browse Ignite Talk Videos.

One of my favorite Ignite presentation is by The Oatmeal‘s Matthew Inman.  Watch it below:

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