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Living in reality & Going beyond expectation

In our childhood we have learned the proverb that ‘Time and Tide wait for none’. This had been part of our study text in order to teach us that time is limited and immeasurably valuable. 829 more words

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I never thought that I would be the type that would like presenting in conferences. I’m fine with writing the paper and researching for the paper, but the presenting part…eh, I’m not too fond of. 583 more words


Memorable presentations

Nowadays PowerPoint is one of the most used productivity tools in companies, either internally with colleagues or externally with partners.

Unfortunately the quality of presentations isn’t growing at the same pace, as most of them are monotonous and packed with irrelevant information so one forgets them ten minutes after. 50 more words


Don't let PowerPoint get in the way

PowerPoint is a manifestation of evil. Well, more just an irritation of modern business life I suppose, maybe not evil as such.

Either way, as an ex-Microsoft employee (a “Microsoftee” as we call each other) I suppose i should be more loyal to one of the premier products of my former employer, particularly as it has revolutionised the way we communicate at meetings and events. 369 more words


WE15 Rapid Fire Sessions - Call for Applications!

Applications have opened for the WE15 Rapid Fire Sessions in Nashville, TN! Rapid Fire allows SWE members to present their research to a panel of judges and audience of peers from a wide array of STEM disciplines. 147 more words


Hello viewers. Good evening. It’s been an interesting kind of day, full of accident and incident, without which my life wouldn’t be the same.

First of all, it was off to do a presentation on mental health stigma and discrimination. 358 more words

Ian Fullbrook

Dance Theatre of Harlem

Produced by Washington Performing Arts and CityDance

This will be held at Sidney Harman Hall

When Dance Theatre of Harlem resumed tours in 2013 after a nine-year hiatus, audiences couldn’t get enough. 92 more words