This is very funny. The authors don’t mind so much that the NSA may be spying on them, but they critique how awful their powerpoint slides are, and suggest much better ones for them. Very good.
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Talk about narcissistic,
The NSA are raiding all my digital data, but hey the most important thing is can I make them a better Powerpoint slide, I mean come on , and the .me domain name is really the icing on the cake,
DPF:The authors don’t mind so much that the NSA may be spying on them
Once upon a time people craved liberty from random searches. Is this really something we must learn the hard way?
It’s not narcissistic. It’s marketing material for a company that designs digital presentations, and it is brilliant.
I went and looked at their website. So the marketing worked on me!!
It’s awesome marketing material. How viral is this going? What did it cost? How many people look at it and go “I’d like slides like that made for me”? I’d buy them, and I’m sometimes a buyer for stuff like this.
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