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3:48pm on Tuesday, 10th October, 2006:
I gave a 50-minute lecture today and finished 10 minutes early.
This is odd, because it was definitely a 50-minute lecture, not a 40-minute one. How come I ran out of material?
I've come to the conclusion that the speed I deliver a lecture depends in part on how many people there are listening to it. The more people, the slower I go, until some critical mass is reached and then I start speeding up again. However, I also go slow if there are just a few people. It must be something to do with engaging with individuals and with groups:
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