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August 03, 2007


Milton Y.

Garr, did you ever thought of using screenwriting techniques for presentations?
I mean, I read Syd Field's Screenplay book, and it provides clever insights about how to carry a person's perceptions throughout a given time.
Take a look and tell us what you think!

Some of his articles:


>Some of his articles:

Thanks for the link! The pitching article is really good. Yes, always the question is "what's the story here?" "What's all this mean?"

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