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June 24, 2008


Joey Asher

We will miss George Carlin, not just for his comedy, but for his example as a speaker. He always had a point of view, which many corporate presenters lack. He always kept his messages simple. And he spoke with incredibly engaging passion.
Joey Asher
President, Speechworks.

Ric Bretschneider

Garr asked, with respect to the front cover of Slide:ology: "By the way, notice anything about the front cover?"

I've assumed that the silouette is of you Garr, but I kept forgetting to ask. Did I catch it?



Hey Ric. Yep, that is correct. I think it came from this photo at taken Duarte in March.


Flipped, silhouetted and with legs added. Not sure who's idea that was. I love the cover though (background texture is really nice). Seriously, this book is the best ever on making better visuals, etc.


haha i loved that cheeky comment about Al Gore. Great stuff as always.

Soonuk Jung


The Korean translation became available on June 20th, 2008. The book came out beautifully.

- Soonuk


Thanks for sharing Matt's video. This is quiet amazing: the simple, unique and brilliant idea and so powerful.

Jon T

I'm thrilled for Nancy's book and have already pre-ordered it. Also, Matt's video is one of the most inspiring videos I've ever seen. If there's ever a person who says they can't find an original way to present their information, show them Matt's videos. Many people show their friends pictures and tell anecdotes about the places they traveled - Matt took a different route and turned the idea of presenting upside down. Gives me chills every time.

Daniel Green

Sydney Morning Herald: The jig's up for Matt as dance goes global


More on Matt dancing...

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I've assumed that the silouette is of you Garr, but I kept forgetting to ask. Did I catch it

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I did purchased Nancy's book,I just wanna say that its highly valuable and could help you no matter wether you are an expert or not.

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