He frequently writes about the effects of technological change on communication, work and life, and reports on all aspects of multimedia, projection and display, digital imaging and collaboration technology.
In this interview, Tad discusses Presentations magazine, PowerPoint, presentation hardware and more.
A prolific writer, Tom Bunzel just completed "Teach Yourself PowerPoint 2003 in 24 Hours" for QUE.
In this interview, Tom discusses PowerPoint, multimedia, video and more.
Named the most prolific researcher in the field of educational psychology, Rich is the author of 18 books and more than 250 articles and chapters. His 12 years of research in multimedia learning and problem solving have important implications for PowerPoint users.
In this interview, Richard talks about PowerPoint and its impact.
Jim joined Interlink Electronics from Kodak, where he most recently held the position of Vice President of Channel Sales and Marketing in the Kodak Professional unit.
In this interview, Jim discusses Interlink, the presentation hardware industry, wireless technologies and PowerPoint. Read here.
Sonia also creates PowerPoint add-ins that simplify the task of creating autorun CDs. In addition, she is an artist who does photography, sewing and needlearts, collage and stamping, a bit of painting, etc. She also works on freelance projects for clients.
In this interview, Sonia discusses her add-ins, her site and lots of other PowerPoint stuff.
Privately held, Indigo Rose develops innovative software products and multimedia authoring tools that are used by thousands of corporate, government and ISV customers around the world.
In this interview, Colin discusses Indigo Rose and their new PowerPoint related products. He also speaks about their support infrastructure and how he uses PowerPoint. Read more.
Jonathan is also an award-winning filmmaker. Among his films are: "Sex, Drugs & Democracy" ("A seductive argument" --Roger Ebert), "Anarchy TV" ("A wild, crazy and twisted comedy" --Jan Wahl, KRON-TV), and "Collecting America" ("Fascinating.3 ½ stars" --Joe Gelmis, NY Newsday).
In this interview, Jonathan discusses PowerPoint, Flash and Wildform's own products. He also discusses the significance of video in a presentation. Read more.
These companies are beginning to understand PowerPoint as more than just a presentation tool, and are seeking answers to deeper questions about its organizational use.
In this interview, Cliff discusses his work, the advantages of PowerPoint and why both PowerPoint and Toastmasters make a great team. Read more.
She is a contributing editor to Presentations magazine, and has recently co-authored a book on crafting medical presentations. Perfect Medical Presentations, co-authored by Terry Irwin, will be available later this year.
In this interview, Julie discusses the 'art' in PowerPoint; design, color and typography; inspiration, stock and digital photography and so much more.
From its base in the UK, Omnivox Systems is developing global distribution for its brand of desktop audio presentation products.
In this interview, Paul discusses FeONIC technology, Omnivox products and support infrastructure and the importance of sound in a presentation.
Avitage! (pronounced ah-vi-tazh, derived from the phrase audio-video montage) is a marketing and sales communication system. By combining message management with real-time sales coaching, and all forms of electronic communications delivery, Avitage! turns the daily tactical communications of sales and marketing professionals into coordinated parts of a strategic communication initiative.
In this interview, Jim discusses how Avitage! evolves, ROI, PowerPoint and much more.
In this interview, Patrice discusses PowerPoint versions, "death by PowerPoint", Producer 2003 and non-conventional PowerPoint. Read more.
Steve's been associated with PowerPoint since the product originated - his site is a treasure trove of PowerPoint information in the form of the celebrated PowerPoint FAQ. When he's not updating his site, he's creating new add-ins that expand possibilities. Steve's also into a lot of print technology related stuff.
In this interview Steve discusses PowerPoint, the MVP program, his celebrated FAQ and so much more.
Tom heads Right Seat Software, creators of the amazing Vox Proxy add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint that brings talking Agent characters to PowerPoint.
In this interview, Tom talks about Vox Proxy, Microsoft Agent, Microsoft and the current criticism of PowerPoint blaming it for everything from the space shuttle disaster to failed board meetings. Read here.