Seems I'm right to hate Powerpoint (04 Apr 2007)
As you'll see from my STM talk (see last post), or any other time you ight have seen me talk. I try now to put works on slides. When I talk you have to listen to me, I might talk about code examples or graphs on slides, but I don't try to bullet point everything I'm going to be saying. I've never liked it because I don't like to listen to talks which have it (I usually feel that it stunts the presenter as they fall back on sticking too closly to the slides).
But it seems that I'm right: “Research points the finger at PowerPoint” (via The Register)