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the abstract pointillist powerpoint toolkit v0.1 anti-mega.com
exponential
bar chart
linear
fragments
network
blobs
clock
social circles
pentagon
hemisphere
triangle
pyramid
diamond
chevrons
stack
concentric
circle
squared circle
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  • This would be a great deck for Ignite (20 slides rotating one every 15 seconds).
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  • POINT ONE: Presentations are about IDEAS, not TEXT.

    POINT TWO: READING from SLIDES is a heinous crime.

    POINT THREE: PEOPLE cannot COPE without some kind of visual STIMULATION.

    Presenting the abstract pointillist powerpoint toolkit. 20 slides that can be used for any presentation. Cut, paste, copy, crop the slides to create an abstract of your ideas that you can then talk to and through.

    WARNING: This is an ADVANCED powerpoint technique, for which you will need to be CONFIDENT in your argumentation. It should not be used by minors or those without the appropriate powerpoint LICENSE.
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  1. 1. the abstract pointillist powerpoint toolkit v0.1 anti-mega.com
  2. 2. exponential
  3. 3. bar chart
  4. 4. linear
  5. 5. fragments
  6. 6. network
  7. 7. blobs
  8. 8. clock
  9. 9. social circles
  10. 10. pentagon
  11. 11. hemisphere
  12. 12. triangle
  13. 13. pyramid
  14. 14. diamond
  15. 15. chevrons
  16. 16. stack
  17. 17. concentric
  18. 18. circle
  19. 19. squared circle
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