I’m 96% sure this isn’t true. [Mark Goetz via dataviz]
Powerpoint and dying kittens | FlowingData | Great Powerpoint Presentations
APPLAUSE for the best in joke of the year so far.
So true…. Brilliant!!
powerpoint kills at Native Berlin
What about Keynote or Beamer? :)
hmm, it’s a judgment call. also depends on how much you like kittens.
poor kittens « technowonderful
Is this one kitten per slide or per file?
i think one per slide
PowerPoint is not the problem!! It’s the lack of education in effective presentation design. If it read “Every time you make a bad PowerPoint” then I would agree.
I like the graphic though.
El Powert Point y los gatitos. « Trabajo colaborativo
You should really give the poor saps here a link to the root reference for this. Well, at for those who think this is about PowerPoint itself (@Matt T: sigh.)
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Powerpoint and dying kittens / what consumes me, bud caddell
You have just totally rocked my Monday. I choked on my tea, fell off my chair, and had three people look over my qube wall to see what was so damn funny.
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My new desktop…
I love that the type is rendered in Gill Sans. So appropriate.
Please, think of the kittens.
So perfect! Is this a tshirt yet?
links for 2010-03-27 : Bob Plankers, The Lone Sysadmin
What was I thinking? Nothing – I was reading… « A boy and his penguin
Oh, please, a tee shirt ! And coffee mugs !!
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Hittat på nätet – April 21, 2010
Let’s assume a one to one ratio due to ppt market share. Keynote or Google Docs Presentation limits kitten kasualties thus rendering use acceptable.
What a ridiculous notion!
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