I met an old friend today, an avid collector of cameras, magic lanterns, zoetropes, and other antique devices. After laughing about our different perspectives on technology, I offered to share some sites that might help him add interest to the presentations he gives at local schools and colleges.
If anyone would like to add to this list, I'm sure that he would be grateful - as would all of us who labor to escape the bulleted agonies of death by PowerPoint.
Death by PowerPoint - and how to avoid it (Kapterev)
Avoiding Death by PowerPoint (Kapp)
10-20-30 Presentation Rule (Kawasaki)
Pecha Kucha (Baron)
PowerPoint Reform: a first chapter (Valenza)
Sweet stuff about PowerPoint (O’Connell)
PowerPoint: Do No Harm (Meyer)
Helpful tips for PowerPoint authors (Fryer)
The Presentation File != The Presentation (and 3D Foolishness) (Levine)
"We might hypothetically possess ourselves of every technological resource on the North American continent, but as long as our language is inadequate, our vision remains formless, our thinking and feeling are still running in the old cycles, our process may be revolutionary but not transformative." -Adrienne Rich
"mmlog" by fdecomite