Presentation - Articles Archive
from April 29, 2004 to December 12, 2003

Regardless of the length of a presentation, audience members will recall no more than one important message or significant finding from a presentation, and, unless it is reinforced later, will forget even that one message or finding in about one week. They'll retain impressions about the ... read more

Dave Pollard - April 29, 2004
Find out why converting your PowerPoint presentation to Flash may be a great advantage for both you and your potential audience. Listed for you the twelve great reasons why Flash is a "killer" presentation tool for both live and "online" presenters and the best twenty tools ... read more

Robin Good - April 14, 2004
A good number of very competitive new live presentation and collaboration tools is now hitting the market and leaving some of the traditional large enterprise players off in the dust. Especially in the presentation-related area several new offerings have made their successful debut while offering some ... read more

Robin Good - April 6, 2004

Virtex Collaborator is one new cost-effective real-time presentation and conferencing solution offering audio and video-conferencing for both the SOHO and enterprise markets. Collaborator is the youngest brother in a fast growing family of live presentation and conferencing solutions that Virtex has been refining over the last ... read more

Robin Good - Virtex - April 5, 2004
What does one of the world's leading authorities on usability say about PowerPoint? As cofounder of the Nielsen Norman Group and author of the classic The Design of Everyday Things, Don Norman is a strong advocate of user-centered design and simplicity. Surprisingly, Norman disagrees with PowerPoint's ... read more

Cliff Atkinson - March 31, 2004
A new online live presentation system provides an effective way to upload and deliver live PowerPoint presentations on the Web. The new service also integrates an audio-video stream going from the presenter to all participants. InstantPresenter is fully cross-platform and can be used easily with ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora - March 30, 2004
Groove Gears Up For Version 3: New Beta To Become Available Today. Slimmer, faster, more secure, the new Groove, which enters its beta stage in a few hours from now, promises a lot of great improvements to a tool that represents a point of reference among ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora - March 15, 2004
Today Tuesday February the 24th at 12 noon EDT the first Kolabora Live! online event will take place with special guests Jay Cross, Nancy White, Wes Kussmaul and Heike Philp. Moderates Stephanie Downs of ConferZone all in simultaneous full audio and video. Thanks to Robin Good, ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora Live! - February 24, 2004

Information design is concerned with making complex information easier to understand and to use. It is a rapidly growing discipline that draws on typography, graphic design, applied linguistics, applied psychology, applied ergonomics, computing, and other fields. It emerged as a response to people's need to understand ... read more

Robin Good - Design Council - February 24, 2004
New free PDF converter creates high-quality PDF from any printable file type. PrimoPDF converts to PDF from any application by simply 'printing' to the PrimoPDF printer. You can create high-quality PDFs by converting from Word, Excel, PowerPoint and virtually any other printable file type. This is a ... read more

Robin Good - February 21, 2004
With already more than 150 registered participants and two weeks still to go, the first Kolabora Live! event is set to be an interesting new online venue for discussing many of the hot issues and future scenarios relating to the worlds of Web conferencing and online ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora - February 14, 2004
The first live Kolabora Live! event is a 60-minute experts-panel focus on what it really takes to prepare for such a killer online event. Scheduled for Tuesday February the 24th this is an event that can't be missed by those among of you who need to ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora - February 10, 2004
Free (for now) this new online service provides all you need to have your calligraphy become an official digital typeface for both the Mac and the PC. Good handwriting and scanner required. ... read more

Robin Good - [via] - February 2, 2004
PowerPoint is the world's most popular tool for presenting information. 400 million copies in circulation, and almost no corporate decision takes place without it. But what if PowerPoint is actually making us stupider? ... read more

Robin Good - New York Times - December 14, 2003
PowerPoint has features - many of which aren't well documented - that can help you work faster and make cooler presentations. Here are 15 insider tips that can help you use PowerPoint like a pro. ... read more

Robin Good - PC Mag - December 12, 2003

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