This piece is a snack for your brain, but also – in my thoughts – an example of where presentations are headed.
These days, full presentations are being shared (on SlideShare) with and without voiceovers, and even single slides being offered up (on Flickr). And if they're good, they get spread via twitter or embedded on blog sites.
Here, in his "eggs"cellent presentation ID Thyself, Using Social Media to Build Brand You, Oran Parker offers a deck with great design, flow and story. His audience can understand the message without the voice. I'm wondering if his "live" presentation will have a modified deck (fewer text on some of the slides?).
Are you preparing your presentations for both online and offline consumption and comprehension?