to be full of § Text § 14 point font, to squeeze in as much information as possible onto each slide. § I would frequently use full sentences so I wouldn’t forget what I wanted to say. § Detailed diagrams § Cheesy clip-art § Cool animations § I was not alone: they were just like those of § My colleagues § Almost everyone else in the entire world § Then I saw a presentation by Steve Jobs and started to read a bit more about the theory behind good (and bad) presentations § Apparently, this might not be the only way to do things “PowerPoint has allowed an endless expanse of dimwit ideas to be dressed up with graphical respectability” – Wall Street Journal, 6/20/07
, A U G U S T 3 0 , 2 0 0 5 By Ruth Marcus Did PowerPoint make the space shuttle crash? Could it doom another mission? Preposterous as this may sound, the ubiquitous Microsoft "presentation software" has twice been singled out for special criticism by task forces reviewing the space shuttle disaster. Perhaps I've sat through too many PowerPoint presentations lately, but I think the trouble with these critics is that they don't go far enough: The software may be as much of a mind-numbing menace to those of us who intend to remain earthbound as it is to astronauts. A17
– 1996) § Radical new RISC architecture § Team did a great job (even though I wasn’t here!) § Successfully migrated entire product line in less than 3 years § Mac OS 9 to Max OS X (2001 – 2003) § “Brain transplant” § Classic mode emulation for back-compatibility enabled smooth transition § Combined Mac simplicity with rock-solid UNIX operating system – the most advanced operating system on the planet § World’s most successful new operating system introduction – 10 million users by 2004 § Now we’re migrating to Intel processor architecture § Great performance and power consumption § Will enable us to deliver more insanely great products § Set for success – proven we can do this before § In fact, we’ve been running OS X on Intel internally for some time!
first text bullet and it’s very interesting • It’s even got a sub-bullet • This is my second bullet and it adds a new thought • This is the last bullet on this slide (phew, I kept it short!) • This is my first text bullet and it’s very interesting • It’s even got a sub-bullet • This is my second bullet and it adds a new thought • This is the last bullet on this slide (phew, I kept it short!) Speakers: 160 words per minute Your Audience Can Read Faster Than You Can Talk
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