U.S. Generals: PowerPoint is the real enemy

The New York Times had a story a couple of days ago about the evils of PowerPoint, as it relates to the U.S. military.

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A screenshot of Microsoft PowerPoint (from Wikipedia)

It seems that more than a few officers spend a disproportionate amount of time making PowerPoint slides for military briefings and press conferences.

Not only is this inefficient but military leaders told the Times that reducing issues to bullet points can give everyone involved a dangerously simple view of what are often far more complex situations.

Military matters aside, how many of you out there have far more experience with PowerPoint than you’d like?