December 17, 2009, 5:24 PM —
Bill Gates in the Clouds
PowerPoint slides are there to help presenters solidify the point they are trying to make—not to confuse the audience with tons of logos, computing hardware images and arrows pointing here, there and everywhere. Bill, let us guess: You're alluding to "cloud computing"? Experts universally say: Keep the images to a minimum (like, one image per slide) and keep the text as brief as possible.
Snooze Scale: ZZZZ (Bill, you should know better.)
Image credit: Niall Kennedy / flickr
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