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This is information.
It reads: “Yellow”.
This is a yellow wall – and nothing but a
yellow wall – if you or I have painted it.
This is not a blue wall: It is art because it’s
been painted by the artist Yves Klein.
This is a traffic sign. It reads
“Blue drivers turn right”.
This is another piece of information.
It reads “Fair/partly cloudy”.
This is a reference for drivers.
It means “Here is a car wash”.
This is the Japanese
national flag…
…this traffic sign means “Passage
for Japanese cars prohibited”…
… and this sign prohibits all kinds of traffic
to an increasing number of participants.
Signs turn into information if
we know their meaning...
… and the exchange of information
is what we call “Communication”.
For which presentations are a
perfect medium, by the way.
Now, this is a reference to a medium with
which we would like to contact you.
Just send us an email. We’re going to help
your presentation to be understood.
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Bits of information turn into communication, if handled appropriately. :-) A not-too-serious slideshow about what presentations can achieve.

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This is information

  1. 1. This is information.
  2. 2. It reads: “Yellow”.
  3. 3. This is a yellow wall – and nothing but a yellow wall – if you or I have painted it.
  4. 4. This is not a blue wall: It is art because it’s been painted by the artist Yves Klein.
  5. 5. This is a traffic sign. It reads “Blue drivers turn right”.
  6. 6. This is another piece of information. It reads “Fair/partly cloudy”.
  7. 7. This is a reference for drivers. It means “Here is a car wash”.
  8. 8. This is the Japanese national flag…
  9. 9. …this traffic sign means “Passage for Japanese cars prohibited”…
  10. 10. … and this sign prohibits all kinds of traffic to an increasing number of participants.
  11. 11. Signs turn into information if we know their meaning...
  12. 12. … and the exchange of information is what we call “Communication”.
  13. 13. For which presentations are a perfect medium, by the way.
  14. 14. Now, this is a reference to a medium with which we would like to contact you.
  15. 15. Just send us an email. We’re going to help your presentation to be understood.

Bits of information turn into communication, if handled appropriately. :-) A not-too-serious slideshow about what presentations can achieve.

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