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Subject:Re: Slide presentation question From:"Wayne J. Douglass" <wayned -at- VERITY -dot- COM> Date:Mon, 3 Mar 1997 09:49:57 -0800
At 11:03 AM 3/3/97 -0600, Geoff Hart wrote:
> On the other hand, it's a nontraditional mix of graphics
> and text, and does mix two modes of processing information
> (i.e., textual and graphical). So would we be innovative
> and visually interesting if we try this approach, or would
> we merely be making our viewers work harder? Has anyone
> tried this before and gotten feedback from the audience?
Heaven forbid that anyone should do anything nontraditional or innovative!
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