True story: In Switzerland organizers of an Anti-PowerPoint Party are gathering signatures in order to run candidates in a national election.
The Guardian reports:
Matthias Poehm, founder of the Anti-PowerPoint Party, claims that €350bn could be saved globally each year by ditching the scourge of public speaking. Poehm believes that the software takes people away from their work and teaches them little. “There is a solution,” he says. “A flipchart.”
Here’s what he means: