Quotes About Airshow

“Airshow: Post-PowerPoint storytelling.” —Jean-Louis Gassée

“Airshow was amazing. Business stories with cinematic impact made easy with perspective” —Paul Brody, Global Business Leader, IBM

“Airshow has fundamentally changed how I give client and industry presentations. It is an important tool in my toolbox which allows me to showcase my data and my story in ways that help audiences gain deeper insight and perspective.” — Ben Bajarin, TIME, Tech.pinions

“Nobody brings numbers to life like Horace Dediu does.” —Philip Elmer-DeWitt, Fortune/CNN

“The unhurried nature of Airshow is just terrific and in contrast to many other events.  Anyone who goes will gain their own purposes.” —Steve Crandall 

“Airshow is a treat [...] showing how to make the audience wonder.” —Bertram Gugel

“Airshow is surpassing my expectations. Very interesting deep content.” —Ryan Singer, 37signals.  

Quotes About Presentations

“They wanted to give PowerPoint presentations, but Jobs quickly banned them. He saw PowerPoints as rambling and nonsensical” from Jony Ive, the book.

“Film is a dream – but whose?” —Bruce Kawin

“Power is nothing without control” —Pirelli
 “PowerPoint is nothing without a point” —Horace Dediu

“PowerPoint doesn’t kill meetings. People kill meetings” —Peter Norvig, Google Dir. of Research

“Power corrupts, PowerPoint corrupts absolutely” —@EdwardTufte

“PowerPoint is like being trapped in the style of early Egyptian flatland cartoons” —@edwardtufte

“Few people will appreciate the music if I just show them the notes. Most of us need to [hear it].” —@HansRosling

“It is simplicity that makes the uneducated more effective than the educated when addressing audiences.” —Aristotle

“Art is the lie that tells the truth.” —Picasso

“Don’t talk to their minds, talk to their hearts” —Nelson Mandela

“The probable impossible is always preferable to the improbable possible.” —Aristotle, Poetics

 Using PowerPoint is like having a loaded AK-47 on the table. —Peter Norvig

“Different and new is relatively easy. Doing something that's better is very hard.” —Jony Ive 




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