Random Links 318

The beauty that matters is always on the inside

Watch this before you read the link.

Susan Boyle’s story is a parable of our age. She is a singer of enormous talent, who cared for her widowed mother until she died two years ago. Susan’s is a combination of ability and virtue that deserves congratulation.

So how come she was treated as a laughing stock when she walked on stage for the opening heat of Britain’s Got Talent 2009 on Saturday night?

What Have We Done With Jesus?

Easter Sunday is over but not Easter! 🙂

What do you think it looks like to live as God’s resurrection people?

The hierarchy of presentations

why are my slides the way they are? . because . .. I have changed my mind.

        1. The best presentation is no presentation at all. If you can get by with a memo, send a memo. I can read it faster than you can present it and we’ll both enjoy it more.
        2. The second best presentation is one on one. No slides, no microphone. You look me in the eye and change my mind.
        3. Third best? Live and fully interactive.
        4. Powerpoint or Keynote, but with no bullets, just emotional pictures and stories.
        5. And last best… well, if you really think you can change my mind by using tons of bullets and a droning presentation, I’m skeptical.

Six tips for going paperless

I think I need to head this direction.

10 Reasons Paper is The Most Flexible Productivity Platform

It’s an irony I know having the last two links like this on paper.  But then irony is part of my identity.

About Sivin Kit

man of one wife, father of four kids
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One Response to Random Links 318

  1. Paul says:

    Susan Boyel – another Paul Potts 🙂

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