Know Wonder

Have you ever had to do a Powerpoint presentation of just fifteen slides?  Easy, you say.  I sat  down this morning and put together a slide show on the theme  Know Wonder for the Mindcamp Conference in Toronto in a few weeks.  Word play is what helped me to make connections — the way the words no and know sound the same and mean something entirely different.  I didn’t have much time to look for graphics, so I pulled from my own photo collection from recent trips to Venice, Galway,  Dublin, and the Cliffs of Moher.  In about twenty  minutes  I  had generated my presentation with a few simple graphics and spare words on the slides.

But this is just the beginning.  This presentation will be part of an evening event where I will be given five minutes to present my show, but I will only have my first and last slides.  The thirteen in  the middle will be randomly selected by  Tim Hurson, Mindcamp’s Mastermind.  I will not know any of the content of my show until I am up in front of the audience……….Check back  in a few weeks and I will give you the low-down on Part two of Know Wonder!  Here is the original slideshow.  I hope you enjoy it and welcome your comments.

Know Wonder Slide Show