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July 16, 2009


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Great post. It shows that it is the message that is important if conveyed correctly. The use of simple visuals did the trick here


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Jobs never actually displayed an "elements with linking arrows" graphic to explain his idea, instead the idea was build in the collective minds of his audience, one slide at a time.

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The comparison between Steve Job and Bill Gate's way of product presentation posted here is very interesting. I remember an employer who required us to participate in trainings and seminars. I was so impressed with one resource person or speaker who provided a presentation similar with Steve Job's technique. He also taught us basic working principles through the Kanban simulation. Thanks for sharing!

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The comparison that you have made between Steve Job and Bill Gate's way of product presentation is very interesting. These days employers are looking more than just taking interviews. Now they require you to present something so that they can decide are you perfect for the job or not.

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Apple said in a press release that it was “deeply saddened” to announce that Mr. Jobs had died. “Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives,” the company said. “The world is immeasurably better because of Steve.”

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