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April 13, 2007

How not to use PowerPoint because...

... it's no laughing matter. Over on Law Librarian Blog, there's a video of a comedian demonstrating how not to use PowerPoint. I bet we have all see PowerPoint presentations that prove the comedian's point, use PowerPoint wisely if you want to communicate your ideas to your audience. -- Joe Hodnicki

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The video is hysterical. Thanks, Joe.

Posted by: Doug B. | Apr 14, 2007 2:47:53 PM

The cognitive effects of PowerPoint are no laughing matter. The esteemed Yale Professor Edward Tufte argues PowerPoint was responsible for the Columbia shuttle disaster.

His argument and a lively discussion of the effects of PowerPoint are available at:

He also published a short essay on making the most of PowerPoint:

Posted by: Scott Brenner | Apr 26, 2007 11:55:11 AM

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