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Tag Archives: Audience
How Many PowerPoints in the World?
“How much PowerPoint is there in the world?” Does it matter? Should be bother trying to figure it out? And who does it help in the end? Continue reading
Posted in Business, Geeking around, Graphics, Media, Organizations, Personal, PowerPoint, Presentations, Presenting, Random thoughts, Software, Technology, Thoughts, Uncategorized Tagged Audience, geek, Microsoft, Numbers, Population, PowerPoint, Presentation Guild, Presenting, Satya Nadella, software, technology, tools, Users 1 Comment
Pointer Points for PowerPoint (And Keynote, and Excel, and…)
Innovating on a number of levels, Logitech brings us Spotlight Presentation Remote, packing some previously unseen pointer tricks. But is that a good thing? Continue reading
Posted in Audience, Design, Geeking around, PowerPoint, Presentations, Presenting, Review, Software, Technology Tagged Audience, demo, design, future-proof, google slides, innovation, Keynote, laser pointer, Logitech, Microsoft, PowerPoint, presentation, Presenting, prezi, remote, Review 1 Comment
Not the book you expect… the one you need.
Right off the top, this is not the book you expect. This is no a paint-by-number, 15 steps to being a better communicator, lightweight feel-good-about-your-limitations book for snowflakes. This is a book that expects you to learn and remember the keys to memory. This is a deep book, but clear in its ability to guide you through an area of learning that far too few have mastered. It is an honest representation of the author’s voice, a voice that I’ve personally enjoyed listening to a number of conventions. In short, if you’re ready for the next step in making your business communications something that your audience remembers and acts upon, it’s here. Continue reading