Priceless comparison: Steve Jobs and Bill Gates presenting

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Presentation Zen has done a comparison of Steve Jobs and Bill Gates doing presentations. With a special focus on Bill Gates’ last presentation about Windows Live.

The fact that Mr. Gates has totally horrible slides is interesting enough. He should know better. His advisors should know better. The fact that his only interesting competitor is one of this planet’s best speakers and has some of the best slides out there as well makes the comparison simply hilarious.

All I can say is:
– I hate bullet points
– I really hate bullet points
– Bullet points, I can’t stand them

Finally. Now I know why Microsoft PowerPoint is such an insanely crappy product.

Priceless comparison: Steve Jobs and Bill Gates presenting

8 thoughts on “Priceless comparison: Steve Jobs and Bill Gates presenting

  1. The shadow is cool. I actually did not see it when I found the pictures. It was commented over at Presentation Zen as well. I have replaced the photo of Mr. Gates with a non modified picture because the story is actually not about making fun of Bill Gates, it is about doing presentations…

    For the people wondering, I have kept the picture with the shadow here.

  2. […] I have been doing a lot of presentations lately. So, inspired by the classic Steve Jobs and Bill Gates comparison, and after reading these comments over at Presentation Zen: If someone emailed you both presentations, you’d probably be more likely to make out Bill Gates’ message. How would you scape from bullet points and charts if you are presenting a technical subject? […]

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