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April 05, 2006

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Louis-Philippe Huberdeau

Thank you for reminding me I am the cause of my own problems. As a student I keep having presentations with way too many power points, each of them containing way too much content. Of course, making the courses boring and not being efficient as course material afterwards.

On the other hand, I organized a conference for the last 3 years and posted the speakers' slides on the website.

I feel so bad right now. I'll try to do better in the future.

Pictures of Dragons

great article..I`ll try to put it in use by reducing the content of my Power point presentations...

eirikso

Inspired by this site I did a post with two downloads a while ago. One is my presentation and the other is the PDF that I hand out:

How to present the quite technical issue of digital images and how on earth they can be stored as digital data.

http://www.eirikso.com/2005/11/08/how-to-avoid-making-boring-presentations/

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