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Robert Williamson (Construction Owners and Builders Law blog)

But bad visuals can be worse than no visuals, don't you think? As pointed out in your related post on Mark Lanier, he did not use power point slides with text bullets--and he didn't have a slide per minute--often there were several minutes between slides. He used the innovative approach recommended in "Beyond Bullets." Anytime I see bullet point slides, I remember the jingle "Take Sominex Tonight and Sleep...."

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