Updated Dec 17, 2010 1:23 AM EST
Yesterday, I rounded up my favorite PowerPoint tips for 2010
. Those tips were designed to help you get the most out of PowerPoint, but there's a lot more to giving a great presentation than just knowing how to create good slides. Here are the year's best tips for delivering a terrific presentation.
Want to learn to present more effectively? Learn some tips from a pro like Steve Jobs.
We collected 20,000 soda cans for the annual recycling drive. That's enough cans to reach almost three entire football fields. Good job, team!
Rumor has it that the top brass in the US military thinks that PowerPoint is making us dumber. Here are some things to keep in mind to make better presentations and not fall into the trap of making bad PowerPoint decks.
Internet guru Guy Kawasaki has long advocated something called the 10/20/30 Rule, designed to encourage you to make smarter, sharper, more effective presentations. Here's the details so you can apply it to your own presentations.
I've started using a Web-based presentation tool called Prezi for certain kinds of presentations. The visuals are amazing, and look utterly unlike anything you've seen before -- especially if all you know is the slide-after-slide-based paradigm of PowerPoint.
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