For some points you want to make in a presentation, it doesn't really matter whether the audience can read the content or not. Example: "here is my long list of scientific publications".
  • The text was simply "3-D rotated" in PowerPoint (make sure to set the perspective to the maximum 120 degrees). 
  • I left the text (that nobody will read) "bleeding" off the page to leave room for white space around the title line (that should be read)
  • In my case I filled the text box with nice lorem ipsum, but these charts are most powerful when you use actual text (that nobody will read): my actual list of publications with ISBN numbers and publication dates for example

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