Edward Tufte

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Edward Tufte
 
Edward Tufte is a well-known critic of slide-ware applications such as PowerPoint.

Here are some pages on Indezine where he has been referred to:

Does PowerPoint Really Have Such a Power?Does PowerPoint Really Have Such a Power?
July 7, 2014

The Leading Edge in Evidence Presentation is in ScienceThe Leading Edge in Evidence Presentation is in Science
August 22, 2013

The Anti-PowerPoint Party: Another Precinct Heard FromThe Anti-PowerPoint Party: Another Precinct Heard From
August 10, 2011

The Presentation: A Story About Communicating Successfully With Very Few Slides: Conversation with Andrew AbelaThe Presentation: A Story About Communicating Successfully With Very Few Slides: Conversation with Andrew Abela
October 11, 2010

PowerPoint Turns 20PowerPoint Turns 20
June 21, 2007

The War Against PowerPoint?The War Against PowerPoint?
July 5, 2006

New York Times Article About PowerPoint Raises StormNew York Times Article About PowerPoint Raises Storm
December 16, 2003

Image: Keegan Peterzell – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0



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