The PowerPoint Problem in the Military — and Science? | GenomeWeb

In reference to a recent New York Times piece — "We Have Met the Enemy and He is PowerPoint" — blogger Biochem Belle at There and (Hopefully) Back Again muses whether PowerPoint "interfere[s] with the discussion of science." Drawing from the Times article, the blogger asks readers whether slide presentations disrupt discussions by employing a strictly linear format.

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