So what is it about PowerPoint? I knew that question was bound to come up sooner or later and it's best I answer this one now.
For those of you who don't know, I have authored four PowerPoint books and run a huge PowerPoint related site called Indezine.com -- I do a lot of presentations for high-end clients from my presentation design studio based out of Hyderabad, India. And I use PowerPoint all the time -- on both Windows and the Mac.
So why am I doing this series of posts on Apple Keynote? That's because I have plenty of Macs and every version of Keynote released so far. I have played with Keynote, and I think it's a cool program. And to take a discussion route far removed from flame wars, I'm so glad that Keynote exists. Keynote provides competition in the presentation program marketplace and competition is good because it leads to huge improvements in both Keynote and PowerPoint.
However, it doesn't take too long to notice that there isn't too much content available on Keynote -- not too many books, web sites, or even sites with themes to buy or download. That's why I created this corner on the web -- to write some content on Apple Keynote.
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