Archive for the 'Presentation Skills' Category

10 Things to Learn From the World’s Best PowerPoint Presentations

About four months ago SlideShare launched a presentation contest. The goal was to find the World’s Best Presentation. The presentations were judged by top presentation gurus and the viewers (us, you and me).
The judges and top presentation gurus were Guy Kawasaki, Bert Decker, Garr Reynolds and Jerry Weissman.
Now I’ve created my share of presentations and […]

How To Edit and Add Video Clips to Powerpoint Presentations

Another Teacher Tech Article for you. This is for anyone who would like to edit a video clip from a video file or from a DVD and add that video clip to your PowerPoint presentation. There are several steps in this process - some of which you might not need if you already have a […]

Apple Keynote vs. Microsoft Powerpoint

Attorney David Sparks who writes about Apple and the Mac at, penned a review of Apple’s Keynote ‘08 presentation software recently, see Review - Keynote ‘08.   In comparison to Microsoft’s Powerpoint, it is not difficult to see which product he prefers:

Presentations and word processing are my bread and butter. That is, I earn my living writing and presenting. I […]

Where to Upload PowerPoint Presentations On the Web and Why?

Comparing The Tools for Getting your PowerPoint Presentation Online 
Zoho Show, SlideShare, Scribd, SlideAware and Splashcast are some of the most popular hosting services for uploading PowerPoint files on the web for others to watch the slideshows online or for you to embed the presentations inside web pages.
If you want to skip the details, watch the […]

How to Avoid Bad Presentation

No one willingly gives a presentation when they don’t believe in their presentation skills, but a lot of people are forced to in their every day lives. Sometimes these presentations are required through school or work or some other event but most people do have to give one sometime in their life. No one wants […]