#35156 - 01/10/0306:05 PMRe: Bill Gates is a boob!!! Another Mac-slam.
This gave me an idea for a piece of fiction to write...<br><br>A story about how Bill Gates is actually forced (against his will) to make appearances in his usual trademark character capacity by Microsoft's board of directors. In short, a story about how a single man's private hell affects us all.<br><br>It'd be kind of "Truman Show" meets "Rushmore's" Herman Blume (Bill Murray).<br><br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
#35157 - 01/10/0306:10 PMRe: Bill Gates is a boob!!! Another Mac-slam.
If Apple was smart, they'd make Keynote's bullet point feature have a 12 word limit.<br><br>Powerpoint doesn't make bad presentations. PEOPLE with Powerpoint make bad presentations.<br><br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
I agree, people are responsible for how their presentations come off, but for the purposes of productivity and efficiency, using Powerpoint is more time-consuming, then Keynote appears to be. And when you have very little time to get things done, simplicity and ease of use is best, the transitions and templates in keynote are very useful, unlike those found in Powerpoint. Not to mention the unreliability of the app itself. <br><br>When you have to prepare overhead transparencies as a back up in case Powerpoint crashes, this is not a good thing. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br>MrsJC<br><br>Sometimes you're the windshield, sometimes you're the bug
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