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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Don McMillan: Life After Death by PowerPoint

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Holy lisp! This video brought a chuckle or two but it also covered many of the things you brought up in class such as writing too many words on slides and disorienting color schemes.

Claude Marchi com101 hn4080

fred said...

Very true, this was the case in most of my classes. I wish I could send that to some of my old professors. I think it is just from being so into a subject, not being into it enough, not knowing much about it or simply just not knowing how to make a interesting power point, I definitely would fit that category. The miss spelling, I think it is common., I do it all the time.

Anonymous said...

WOW! This is so true! I love it!

Anonymous said...

wow this said some thing about this guy and power point he has to much free time and in the wrong hands power point can be dangerous

sean sieloff tu-th com 101 4049

Anonymous said...

This is funny! I Dislike powerpoints that have a ton of reading, nothing humerous and that dont use "spell cheek"!!!! I always try and re-read everything to myself that i ever write to make sure spelling is correct! Good video

Joseph Contreras HN 4049 COM 101

Berenice said...

That's funny! i hate power points but good video!

Anonymous said...

This is very funny an very true thank you for sharing!

Anonymous said...

This is awesome. Some of my old professors had major issues with a lot of these things. They would just take the powerpoints offline and use them without even really looking at them before hand as well.

Taylor Bishop
Com 101

Christina Ortega COM101-4049 said...

this guys is hillarious, and Very helpful!! right now the slide show im using has many colors and is typed in times new roman!!! LOL :D

Jana said...

Don McMillan made excellent points in a humorous way. I enjoyed the video and will be cognizant of the points made in my next presentation. Another humorous yet beneficial video is Taylor Mali’s “The The Impotence of Proofreading.” Check it out!
Jana Hum/114