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    • Obesity
      Percentage of population aged 15 and above with a BMI greater than 30 (2005)
    • Obesity: an American epidemic?
      Percentage of population aged 15 and above with a BMI greater than 30 (2005)
      30.6
      9.4
      3.2
      USA
      France
      Japan
    • Number of iPads sold to date
    • 25 million iPads sold to date
      25 million
      19 million
      14.8 million
      7.5 million
      2 million
      1 million
      3.3 million
      Sep
      ‘10
      Mar
      ‘11
      Jan
      ‘11
      July
      ‘10
      June
      ‘11
      May 31
      ’10
      May 1 ’10
    • International students at UNL
      Source: International Affairs – International Students Statistics, February, 2011
    • International students at UNL
      Source: International Affairs, Feb. 2011
    • International students at UNL
      East Asia
      830
      Southeast Asia
      200
      Central Asia
      189
      Europe
      181
      Middle East
      110
      Latin America
      69
      Africa
      58
      North America
      25
      Oceania
      2
      Other
      12
      Source: International Affairs, Feb. 2011
    • Tablet & Smartphone Penetration Rates in the U.S.
      In Q1 2011, 4.8% of the 12,000 US consumers surveyed owned a tablet.
      36% penetration rate for smartphones
      13% penetration rate for media players
      9% penetration rate for e-readers
      8% penetration rate for netbooks
    • Tablet penetration just under 5%
      Smartphones
      36%
      Media Players
      13%
      E-Readers
      9%
      Netbooks
      8%
      Tablets
      5%
    • Tablet penetration just under 5%
      36%
      9%
      SMARTPHONES
      E-READERS
      5%
      8%
      TABLETS
      NETBOOKS
      13%
      MEDIA PLAYERS
    • Blogs are like sharks
      A shark must keep moving or die.
      A blog must be regularly updated or it too will die.
      How often should you update your blog?
      Some successful blogs are updated once a week, others several times a day.
      The key is to be consistent.
    • Blogs are like sharks
    • Work-life balance is crucial for long-term success in today’s busy world
      A presentation by Koichi Sato
      Page 1
      Work-life balance is important
      September 20, 2011
    • work-life
      balance
      koichisato
    • Principles of Presentation Design:
      Discussion on why these PowerPoint slides are bad
      By Koichi Sato
      TEAC 259 Instructional Technology
    • Presentation Design
      Principles of
      Tips on why these PowerPoint slides are bad
      Koichi Sato
      TEAC259 Instructional Design
    • PresentationDesign
      Principles of
      Tips on why these PowerPoint slides are bad
      Koichi Sato
      TEAC259 Instructional Design
    • Imitation
      Is the sincerest form
      of flattery.
    • Imitation
      is the highest form of flattery.
    • Nothing comes to you – you have to get out there!
      “You have to site by the side of a river a very long time before a roast duck will fly into your mouth.” – Guy Kawasaki
    • “You have to sit by the
      side of a river a very long
      time before a roast duck
      will fly into your mouth.”
      – Guy Kawasaki
    • Hara hachibun me
      Eat only until 80% full.
      A Japanese traditional saying.
      Okinawans have one of the longest life expectancies in the world. (Though this is changing due to increased fast food).
      Good advice for a healthy life.
      Can apply the idea to design and also duration of a presentation or performance.
    • Hara hachibun me
    • Eat only until 80%full.
    • too complicated?
    • too complicated?