Re: The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint
Jonathan Robie scripsit: > I just finished presenting an 8 hour tutorial and two presentations using > PowerPoint at a conference where they strongly prefer that we write our > presentations in XML. I did too, but I used XML, namely OpenOffice.org Impress. > What is the "cognitive style" of writing documents in XML vs. PowerPoint, > Word, or FrameMaker? Do the tools we use to write affect the way we think? It's not at that level: it's about bullet-point lists, really. -- If you have ever wondered if you are in hell, John Cowan it has been said, then you are on a well-traveled http://www.ccil.org/~cowan road of spiritual inquiry. If you are absolutely http://www.reutershealth.com sure you are in hell, however, then you must be jcowan@r... on the Cross Bronx Expressway. --Alan Feur, NYTimes, 2002-09-20
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