Weirdness of the webinar

Next week I am delivering a webinar and have been practising , as you can imagine . It's my first time although I do have experience of speaking in public.  I am not sure how I will adjust to having a virtual audience. How can I tell if they are asleep ?  Of course I can see who is entering and leaving but I cannot help feeling that a few are there simply to garner CPD - it is a free one after all and it is the end of the cpd accounting year. The biggest thing is that there is a lot to go wrong with a webinar - computer failure , external sounds and broadband speed issues. Fortunately we have an in-house geek , as it took a few sessions to get it right and in the process I found out that my microphone , brand new of course, was a rubbish . All  have to worry about now is whether they understand my Glaswegian accent 

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I've been blogging on my website www.formationsdirect.com for some time with my non-PC view of the world of economics,business and other stuff. If you like to read the views of somebody who doesn't "toe the party line" you've come to the right place. Government cock-ups, financial turmoil , business scandals and people's behaviour - I've got something to say about it , whether you like it or not.