> The lack of agreement on what makes a good presentation.
Surely we can agree on that!
- occasional humour
- a mixture of what I already know and what I don't yet know
- good eye contact with the audience
- always repeat audience questions (gives you extra time to think of an answer)
If you are depending on a tool to make a good presentation, then you are missing the point - and should probably stick to cat photos :-)
And if people come away from your presentation thinking that the slides were really good, then they probably were distracted by them and missed your point.