Usually a user group presentation is a relatively dry affair. Don't get me wrong - they are usually fun to do, especially if the audience is into it (IYKWIM) or it's a cool new technology. And I always try to make the presentation interesting, in addition to sprinkling jokes or (ugh) puns throughout. But it certainly isn't a stand-up routine or anything.
Well, this week I was part of a user group "presentation" that was entirely different. You can read about it in this post by my colleague (and co-conspirator) Brian Hitney.