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Projector thoughts from PC Magazine

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

Today PC Magazine published an article reviewing some projectors and started with a review of what factors they consider important for selecting a projector. First, he says that for most business presentations an SVGA (800 x 600) resolution projector is just fine. The author, M. I beg to differ. I don't see the need. I agree.

PowerPoint Tip: What to look for in a travelling projector

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

I have been asked twice recently about what specifications or features I would consider when purchasing a projector to take with you to present to small to mid sized groups (2-100 people). lb projector is just a little more than a 4 lb one - it is almost 38% heavier and your arm will tell you after only a few trips.

PowerPoint Tip - Equipment Connections

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

The two most important pieces of equipment you will likely be using are a projector and your computer. The most obvious connection is to connect the display port of the computer to the display input of the projector. That covers the basic connections between laptop computer and projector. To sign up for the webinar, go to [lin

Multiple Presenters Using PowerPoint

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

In this case, I suggested that they ask the A/V company to supply a projector with two computer inputs (many of the mid to upper range projectors have multiple computer inputs). Each presenter will connect their laptop to one of the inputs on the projector. The other situation is a panel discussion I am involved in.

PowerPoint Tip - Equipment Failure

Dave Paradi's PowerPoint Blog

Even though the equipment is far more reliable than it was when I started presenting with computers and projectors over 10 years ago, it is not perfect. This means that you should be mentally and physically prepared to deal with various types of failures, from projectors to computers to sound systems and every other component you use.

How to Successfully Moderate a Conference Panel, A Comprehensive Guide " Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing

A projector won’t work. Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang Home Popular Posts About Contact Subscribe via RSS Connect with Jeremiah: twitter friendfeed linkedin flickr technorati Connect with Jeremiah on twitter Ripple 6 says the timing of my report is off [link] Ive observed most vendors are optomistic, brands the opposite. As Web 2.0

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Make Better Presentations - The Anatomy of a Good Speech |

You might have an upcoming presentation, or you might be looking to speak more at events. “What’s in it for me?&# Answer that early. Often.

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How getting in the beam makes you a better presenter

Speaking about Presenting

One such silly rule is that you shouldn’t walk into into the beam of the projector. Hans Rosling gets in the beam. Lifeless!

Ego Food: Want to be a better speaker?

Ive given talks where projectors die midway through, Ive tried to give slideless talks (which always will be marked down slightly by audiences, it is in their nature) 6) Take questions at the end. There were JavaMX talks being given at OSCON as far back as 2006. Rules of thumb: 1) 60hz at 1024x768 works on every projector.


Why are Conference Speakers So Bad?

Executive Speech Coach

Sometimes the presenter moved in front of the projector blocking the screen and creating a splash of light on themselves. Executive Speech Coach - Business Presentations Business presentations tips for executives, sales presenters, managers, technical experts and professionals from the "Speech Coach for Executives" George Torok. Who Cares?