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03/28/2017 04:20 PM

Using Cartoons In PowerPoint

Using cartoons within PowerPoint slides can be an amazing route to add a light moment or highlight attention towards a strong point. Either way, it is a great concept that is going places as Dan Rosandich discovered much to his delight. Dan Rosandich creates cartoons that can be used in PowerPoint.

03/28/2017 04:20 PM

Doodleslide: Conversation with Gavin Wedell

Gavin Wedell is a business educator. He specialises in training business-academics in best-practice educational techniques. During his career he has designed and facilitated management development programmes for leading global corporates. He has received numerous awards for the innovative nature of his learning programmes.In this conversation, Don discusses Doodleslide, a PowerPoint add-in that

03/28/2017 04:20 PM

Cartoons in PowerPoint Presentations: Conversation with Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson graduated with a music degree in 1997, but his first job involved selling screws! Finding a music career impractical, and the business world uninspiring, he began drawing cartoons at the living room coffee table in his spare time. It was a rough start, but Mark refined his talents and soon sold his first cartoon. Seeing himself in print, and check in hand, Anderson set about

03/28/2017 04:20 PM

Free Cartoons from Ron Leishman

Ron Leishman is a well known cartoonist who has had a long standing relation with Indezine.com -- we first featured him in June 2005. Ron Leishman is the owner of ToonClipart.com, a web site dedicated to providing original clip and stock cartoon images as as well as custom images in a variety of formats that can be easily used in PowerPoint slides and elsewhere. Ron is now offering several

03/28/2017 04:20 PM

CartoonStock: Conversation with Joel Mishon

Joel Mishon is the co-founder and co-director of CartoonStock Ltd. Prior to starting the business more than 10 years ago he was a freelance cartoonist in the UK producing work for national titles such as Private Eye, The Times, Readers Digest and The Spectator. He lives and works in Bath, UK. In this conversation, Joel discusses the CartoonStock web site.Geetesh: Tell us more about CartoonStock,

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