Once again, Cliff nails it on the head with a simple and easy way of making presentations more meaningful.
I've been doing a number of presentations online for a while now where the slide show is about 45 slides long and about a quarter way through, I stop it and switch right over into the demo. I keep on trying to find time to change the entire presentation and make it simply more meanginful.
One or two slides, all leading into a demo. Slides that don't have a title but simply have a meaning - an image that demands explanation but doesn't offer one - one that forces the presenter (me) to make the connection, instead of a slide that does it for them.
beyond bullets: Zen and the Art of PowerPoint