The gig economy is transforming how we live and work. Obvious examples include Airbnb and Uber. I have now added Fiverr to the list.
Imagine presenting directly from your iPad® while connected to your personal wireless network. You walk freely about the room, even sit among your audience. Using the iPad®’s elegant user interface, you deliver your presentation effortlessly — and spontaneously as need be — moving among web pages, software applications or presentation slides. Liberated from the tyranny of the host’s unsecured wireless network, you have no fear of firewall surprises, slow loading web pages or security risks. Sound intriguing? Read on for simple step-by-step instructions at https://prismdecision.com/presenting-wirelessly-from-your-ipad
“PowerPoint makes us stupid.” So says Marine Corps General James N. Mattis in a widely shared New York Times article, “We Have Met the Enemy and He Is PowerPoint.” The General’s comments are part of an ongoing debate within the military regarding the efficacy of this ubiquitous presentation software. However, the debate is not new, extending at least as far back as 2003 when Edward Tufte published two essays, PowerPoint Is Evil and The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint. So, what’s the rub? Why is PowerPoint a poor choice, especially when presenting information that will lead to decision-making? And, more to the point, what is the alternative? Read on at https://prismdecision.com/powerpoint-makes-us-stupid