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April 12, 2009


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Jan Schultink

Great graphics. Question (* smiling *): can we finally omit the presenter from a presentation all together?


To Jan: But I don't think we should. We need to make room for communication, recorded videos don't catch the reaction of the audiences like presenters can.

Jan Schultink

@JC I was (* smiling *) when I wrote the question...

Still, the sheer number of potential SlideShare views for a presentation is creating the need for a new "presenter-not-present" presentation discipline.


Another great find/link Garr.

They have recently done a special Design Edition. See here

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