From Wired How-To Wiki
PORTLAND, OR—Project manager Ron Butler left behind a 48-slide PowerPoint presentation explaining his tragic decision to commit suicide, coworkers reported Tuesday. "When I first heard that Ron had swallowed an entire bottle of sleeping pills, I was shocked," said Hector Benitez, Butler's friend and coworker at Williams+Kennedy Marketing Consultants. "But after the team went through Ron's final PowerPoint presentation, I had a solid working knowledge of the pain he was feeling, his attempts to cope, and the reasons for his ultimate decision." "I just wish he would've shot me an e-mail asking for help," Benitez added.
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Video of the Commencement address.
by Keith Robinson
SLOW READING: the affirmation of authorial intent by Lancelot R. Fletcher
Microcontent needs to be pearls of clarity : you get 40-60 characters to explain your macrocontent . Unless the title or subject make it absolutely clear what the page or email is about, users will never open it. The requirements for online headlines are very different from printed headlines because they are used differently. The two main differences in headline use are: