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The REAL death by PowerPoint

I think Edward Tufte started it. Back in 2003 he wrote that PowerPoint is Evil. The New York Times took up the call and claimed . . .


The word "Infographic" is still shiny and new. Annoyingly, I can't get spell-check to accept it as a real word, and neither Merriam . . .

Is PowerPoint's Reign over

Last month, Microsoft Office tool PowerPoint celebrated its 24th birthday, continuing its dominant run as the unquestioned King of the Presentation World. Despite a quarter-century defined by minimal improvements and denunciation by critics, PowerPoint has surprisingly retained its seat on the Bullet Point Throne, a reality the next wave of presentation tools is gunning to alter.

What type of presenter are you?
Blog post Finding your Powerful Point _V3-01

Find out how to energize an audience, become comfortable with improvisation during Q&A, and make explanations of . . .


I am what you call a curious type. Curious as in learn, not curious as in strange. I like learning.

The-Ummm-Word_Make a POWERful POINT

Everyone gets the Umms. Rampant umming and ahhing can agitate audiences and strike fear into the hearts of presenters.