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Really Bad Presentations

Really Bad Presentations

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Published by Geoffrey Smith
By Seth Godin. A series of tips and suggestions for producing better presentation
By Seth Godin. A series of tips and suggestions for producing better presentation

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Published by: Geoffrey Smith on Feb 27, 2008
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10/30/2012

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Yes, it’s bad on purpose. Sheesh.
Feel free to print this out and share it. The file isn’t copy-protected, so youare able to share the digital version, but if you buy this from Amazon by clicking here, 100% of my share of the proceeds will be donated directly tocharity, so please do.This book is a companion to the much longer and more detailed
The Big Red ez.
©2001, Do You Zoom, Inc.
 
Why Are Your PowerPoints So Bad? (Hint: it’s not your fault)
 What would we do without Microsoft PowerPoint? How would wecommunicate with each other?PowerPoint was developed by engineers as a tool to help them communicate with the marketing department—and vice versa. The programmers behindPowerPoint saw it as a clever hack—a way to save time and money instead of creating slides the old fashioned way. Once unleashed, though, PowerPointtook on a life of its own.It’s a remarkable tool because it allows very dense verbal communication. Yes,you can send a memo, but no one reads anymore. As our companies are gettingfaster and faster, we need a way to communicate ideas from one group toanother. Enter PowerPoint.PowerPoint could be the most powerful tool on your computer.
But it’s not.
It’s actually a dismal failure. Almost every PowerPoint presentation sucks rotteneggs. And much of the fault lies with Microsoft.Microsoft has built wizards and templates right into PowerPoint. And those“helpful” tools are the main reason that we’ve got to live with page after page of bullets, with big headlines and awful backgrounds. Let’s not even get started onthe built-in clip art.

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