We All Know the Story.
You walk in for the presentation, only to see the speaker setting up.
The projector is on and his every move is seen by everyone in the audience…
He clicks on his file. The PowerPoint loads and it does, you notice:
Horror No 1: You notice that there are 645 slides in the entire presentation
Horror No 2: They all look like this (below)
You say to yourself, “Maybe the speaker might be interesting and engaging…”
Your hopes shimmer for awhile as you sense that the speaker’s about to make eye contact.
Your hopes are dashed when you realise:
Horror No 3:
He establishes eye contact with the screen.
We all know what happens next.
You start struggling with the “Z” Monster. A brave soul from the audience decides to take things into his own hands.
He leaves the room to create his own PowerPoint presentation
We see this the next day:
Let’s face it. PowerPoint “Presentations” are a pain! And if Osama bin Laden were a less charismatic leader, he could still have used Powerpoint as his weapon of mass destruction!
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