TEDcember DAY 02 – Dance vs. powerpoint, a modest proposal

So, pretty much at random I chose another TED talk video to watch. This time it was John Bohannon: Dance vs. powerpoint, a modest proposal. I found the talk interesting, thought-provoking, and decidedly tongue-in-cheek (the reference to Swift in the title gives that away). Although the apparent premise (use dancers instead of powerpoint) has many …

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PragDave: Our take on presenting code

I don’t do a lot of presentations, these days, but back when I did, I used to continually curse and rant at powerpoint. I toyed with s5 for a bit, but found the workflow of creating and editing a presentation even more clumsy than powerpoint without tool support, even though the resulting presentations were much …

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