1. No Keynoters. Doody and O’Connell’s nontraditional program eschewed keynoters in favor of a series of 15 general-session talks on the first day of the conference. Each presentation was 17 minutes long (they had a timer) on a wide range of topics. Some were speeches, others were conducted in an interview format, but all took place in the main hall with no concurrent sessions. They didn’t use traditional keynoters because they didn’t want the meeting’s ...

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