Microsoft has released a new tool for PowerPoint: pptPlex. It allows you to zoom in and out of PowerPoint slides during a presentation. I will experiment with it more over time, but an initial application that comes up already in my mind is to start designing a presentation around just 1 huge map, or time line, and take your audience through various sections of it over the course of a presentation. Kawasaki's 10/20/30 rule suddenly becomes 1/30/6... (1 slide, 20 minutes, font 6). An example video below: Thank you TechCrunch for leading me to this.

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