Archived Blog Post: May 3, 2005

In Defense of PowerPoint: "We have had poor talks long before PowerPoint. We have even had bullet points long before PowerPoint--long before computers. In the old days, people typed, stenciled or hand-lettered their slides onto transparencies which were shown with the aid of overhead projectors or wall charts, or photographed them on to glass-plated photographic slides and then, later, 35 mm. slides. These talks were also dull and tedious."

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