In today’s episode I try to overcome my manflu and reflect about Polyglot Gathering 2015, which just took place in Berlin.
Wow. I’ve just come home from the gathering, and what a legendary event. Everything ran smoothly and it was so thrilling to meet new friends and catch up with old ones.
This episode is a little unusual in that I’m including a few mini interviews on-location. As always when recording on-location there’s going to be some noise, I hope you will bear with me on that. I’m also suffering from a massive manflu, so my voice might not be totally up to par.
In the episode today I talk about the benefits of going to the gathering and I talk to a few special guests about the experience as well.
Did you go to the gathering?
In this episode you will hear about:
- Why you should go to the gathering
- How the gathering feels from the perspective of first-time participants
- What I prefer to do at the gathering
- How talks can change lives
- And much more!
This lists the resources relevant to the episode. For other language learning resources please go to the resource page for more information.
- PolyglotBerlin.com – The Gathering’s main page
- PolyglotConference.com – The Conference in October (New York)
- BliuBliu – Claudio’s website
- RhinoSpike – Peter’s website
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Special thanks to this week’s guests, Claudio Santori, Yoni Doron and Peter Carroll. See you on the next episode!