Michael Lopp with a great article on presentation, though he goes off the deep end, imo, in the final paragraph:
This presentation is only partially about you and what you think. Yes, you are the guiding force, but the goal is to present an idea with space around it. In this space, your audience is going to pour their own experience and their opinions; they’re going to make your idea their own.
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Updated: The quoted paragraph is not the lunatic passage. The quoted passage is right on. The lunatic passage is this one:
Could you give your entire presentation from a single slide. 50 minutes, a room full of people, and you with your single slide with six bullet points?
That’s your goal, and you can have a wildly successful presentation without achieving it, but a one-slide presentation represents the ultimate commitment to your audience. It says, “This isn’t about slides. This about me telling you a great story… out loud.”