Tuesday, February 03, 2009

February 3/09 Slide Makeover Video Podcast now available

Just a quick note to let you know that a new Slide Makeover Video Podcast based on the ideas in "The Visual Slide Revolution" is available for your viewing through the iTunes Store, online or through my YouTube channel. If you are showing a process that repeats on a regular basis, make sure that it is clear for the audience. This makeover shows a slide that tries to explain a cyclical process but doesn't succeed as well as it could. The new slide tells the story clearly and is easier to understand.

This slide was submitted by a subscriber to the newsletter- someone just like you who is looking for a way to make their presentations more effective. If you want to submit some of your slides to be considered for a future slide makeover, e-mail them to me at Dave@ThinkOutsideTheSlide.com.

If you have already subscribed through iTunes or another podcatcher, the new podcast should be automatically downloaded when you next run the program.

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You can also watch all the podcasts on my YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/ThinkOutsideTheSlide

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2 Comments:

Blogger Richard I. Garber said...

Dave:

An excellent explanation. However, I am not sure if their process would actually work because the price of the replacement book could be higher due to inflation. Would they get enough interest on the $1 per year rentals, or would they really need a sixth renter to really sustain the process.

Richard

4:12 PM  
Blogger Dave Paradi said...

Richard,

I am not sure if the financial side would work, I was just using the figures that they gave me, so I assume they have it worked out.

Dave

4:18 PM  

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