Look out. I'm back on the video again. Trying to keep up with doing it, because it's a laugh. This time I'm rambling on about 5 little ways to think about writing big set-piece powerpoint presentations. Ways to work through them and make them a little better. I talk quite a lot about the importance of editing, but I've failed to take my own advice in this instance. Sorry. It's quite long.
The one moment of fun is when I get slightly flustered by Arthur at the end. You may prefer to just pop along to Presentation Zen and read and absorb every word written there. That's probably the best advice I could offer. If you insist on watching the video you can look at it via YouTube (above) or download a quicktime movie here.
(Does anyone know how to make the picture that YouTube shows all the time less random. ie not me with my eyes closed?)