"Present Tense" slides into boredom...
In a rather funny article by "Anonymous" at Australia's MIS Magazine
, "Present Tense" is defined by the author, who is frequently subjected to less than stellar PowerPoint presentations. He coined the expression to describe the anxiety felt as an audience member when he has to endure an annoying presenter.
He vents eloquently, and speaks from the authentic perspective of a highly irritated audience member. If the first rule of presenting is "Think of Your Audience
", Anonymous gives you insight into his agitated state of mind. Read on>>>