November 13, 2005

How to Keynote with PowerPoint

Here's a great guide for those wanting to knock out their next audience with a presentation involving PowerPoint or Keynote.

The Presentation Zen blogs post includes two examples to knock your socks off, both with slightly different styles. The first is a Lawrence Lessig Flash example. Fast-paced, a few words a slide, up for 1 or 2 seconds.

Dick Hardt is up next for comparison. This presentation of his has a very different style. Even though it uses the same techniques.

I'm sure you'll agree - they're both great. Keep your eyes peeled for the next MFLE Presentation!


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