Tom Bunzel

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Tom BunzelTom Bunzel specializes in knowing what other presenters need and how to make technology work. He has appeared on Tech TV’s Call for Help as “Professor PowerPoint”, and is a featured speaker at industry events each year. Tom is also a “technology coach” and does presentation and video consulting in southern California.

Here’s a list of links on Indezine.com where Tom Bunzel has been featured:

June 25, 2012
PowerPoint and Philosophy: Conversation with Tom Bunzel

November 19, 2010
Tools of Engagement: Conversation with Tom Bunzel

November 2, 2006
Solving the PowerPoint Predicament

March 26, 2004
An Interview with Tom Bunzel

December 6, 2003
Using a Visio Timeline Diagram in PowerPoint


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