I shamelessly plagarized my own blog post.

Just after writing my post on travel, I had to run an innovation workshop at a meeting of my department. So to get everyone in the mood I made a few slides that tried to show how innovations over time for various things have become more frequent. So voila, here are a few slides from my Innovation presentation.

See how pretty. Power. Point. Master.

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3 Comments

Ian · March 12, 2008 at 12:22 pm

Hi Brian,

nice slides, I’m seeing influences from “The Origin of Wealth” in there, if I’m not mistaken.

Slideshare (http://www.slideshare.net/) is a nice site for sharing presentations (a bit slow at the moment, but has it’s ideas in the right place)

– Ian

Brian · March 18, 2008 at 11:35 pm

What a keen eye you have Ian. Always happy to see that the competition is looking at our PowerPoints for some pointers. Let me know if you want any more, but I’ll have to start charging.

On another matter, I was wondering why it was impossible to get an RSS feed of what your friends status is on Facebook, or their minifeed, but then I realized that would probably break the whole “only your friends can see this stuff” paradigm. I love that you update your Twitter all the time, I’d just like to be able to add it as a feed. Perhaps Twitter offers this direct?

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