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April 18, 2008

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Michael Sporer

Very compelling! The visuals tie in perfectly...

Morten

I love how they keep zooming out to this "big picture overview" whenever they finish a point. Works very well, even though I don't agree on all of her points.

Wish all good causes were communicating like this - it sure would "help the help"..

Mauricio

Thanks Garr. I did enjoy the presentation and it was engaging. I loved the different approach to the typical "template" that has been used for years.

Hamlet

Very simple and hits the point home. I will share this with my friends and family. Thanks Garr

Charles Martineau

Excellent! It gave me ideas for a futur presentation. It was my first time to hear from this person...very compelling.

Don Campbell

I really enjoyed this one. Another compelling presentation style, and great analysis - thanks Garr.

Jason Yip

Uncomfortable with this one because her approach to making her case is overwhelming the cleverness of the presentation technique for me.

the Weir

Hey Garr, this is a great example of interaction between presenter and their visuals. Good to share with a wider audience.

Interestingly the story is compelling enough to keep you with it, however as previous people have pointed out it's maybe not as balanced as it could be!

Dean

At 6:20 she wants us to believe that the most toxic thing in the world is breast milk ! .. and in (literally) the next breath says (in an unspoken craven fashion) that it's "still the best thing to give your kids, so don't stop breast feeding" ... WTF ?

I value the reference to this clip as a good, fresh example of how to present online ... and a new take on flash/green-screen/animation presentations.

However, as much as I agree with the overall tone of the presentation (raping and pillaging of the 3rd world to support our first world past sins) the extent to which logic and reality go out the window, undercuts the important message.

My lesson from this clip ?

Credibility is crucial. Don't pi$$ it away with hyperbole.

This presentation could have been well served by widespread peer review before posting.

- D

the Weir

So that's weird.

Someone has hijacked my comment - the previous words were not mine....

Dean

And your comments show up my name ! A little server weirdness there .... for the record, the comments on peer review are mine. - Dean

Dean

OK, now I see ... the keyline under the comments and the name that follows are for the preceding post above. Very poor and confusing layout ... how ironic ! ;-)

- D

Jay Ehret

The presentation is excellent and the style is admirable. However, the viewer is drawn in to the presentation by misrepresentation.

This is a political presentation dressed up to look like a business/economics presentation.

When will presenters have to start backing up their claims with sources? Also, I'd like to know which organization funded Annie's 10 years of traveling and studying. It can be found no where on the site.

becn

an exellent example of style over substance. Almost every point is factually wrong.

Rather typical of the green movement. Lots of hype, very little accuracy, and ultimatly undermining an extremly important issue.

Andy Hengst

The website does contain an annotated script with references, in the Resources section. (I'd like to see more of that on the web in general). That helps support the facts being presented.

The one I questioned on the first pass was "99% of stuff (material) becomes trash in 6 months", but I was ignoring packaging, newpaper, food, upstream waste... so it's plausible. To add emphasis: "...20 tons of mine waste created to make one gold wedding ring...". Yikes!
As participants in a resource-hungry system this is the quantity that matters, not just how much we bring into our homes.

The answer to the question about 10 years of travel is in there too.

-Andy

Al

I love both the treadmill and the golden arrow - very powerful. My concern is that the over politicized nature of the presentation is more polarizing than is neccessary or perhaps even ultimately effective.

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This is really very interesting, i quite liked reading it, keep posting like this, will be back for more.
Martina

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The one I questioned on the first pass was "99% of stuff (material) becomes trash in 6 months", but I was ignoring packaging, newpaper, food, upstream waste...

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