About POPOEVER

I'm POPO, Co-founder and Managing Director of Brandigg Strategy, a super geek daddy

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  • POPOEVER shared from Twitter for Good: Change the World One Tweet at a Time by Claire Diaz-Ortiz
    All people want is to feel they're being listened to, that their concern is validated.
  • POPOEVER shared from Twitter for Good: Change the World One Tweet at a Time by Claire Diaz-Ortiz
    We're all six years old; if we don't think people are listening to our crying, we'll start screaming
  • POPOEVER shared from Twitter for Good: Change the World One Tweet at a Time by Claire Diaz-Ortiz
    In Twitter for Good, I lay out the exact T.W.E.E.T. framework (Target, Write, Engage, Explore, Track) that I teach to individuals and organizations around the world.
    Note: T.W.E.E.T = Target.Write.Engage.Explore.Track
  • POPOEVER shared from Twitter for Good: Change the World One Tweet at a Time by Claire Diaz-Ortiz
    And I'm proud of everyone who wants to take a step toward changing the world. People are basically good. When you give them a simple tool that helps them exhibit that behavior, they will prove it to you every day. Twitter has taught me this powerful lesson—among many other things.
  • POPOEVER shared from Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery (Voices That Matter) by Garr Reynolds
    Since people cannot read and listen well at the same time, the reporter suggested, this might mean “the death of the PowerPoint presentation.” The assumption being that a presentation made with the aid of slideware, such as PowerPoint or Keynote, must necessarily include lines of text projected on a screen that mirrors the spoken word of the presenter. The article generated a lot of attention, due in part to this quote by Professor Sweller: “The use of the PowerPoint presentation has been a disaster. It should be ditched.”—John Sweller
    Note: Yes, when I'm looking at the big screen, I hardly can catch the words from the speaker
  • POPOEVER shared from Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery (Voices That Matter) by Garr Reynolds
    Slideware is a term, which to my knowledge, originated with Edward Tufte to describe PowerPoint and similar applications, such as Keynote.
    Note: Where the term of slideware came
  • POPOEVER shared from Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery (Voices That Matter) by Garr Reynolds
    PowerPoint became popular in the 1990s, and by the year 2000 the use of the application was ubiquitous in businesses and schools across the globe. But all was not good. It was around this time, in fact, that the term “Death by PowerPoint” began to be tossed
    Note: Small bio of PowerPoint
  • POPOEVER shared from Presentation Zen: Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery (Voices That Matter) by Garr Reynolds
    Similarly, Zen itself is an approach to life and a way of being, rather than a set of rules or dogma to be followed by all in the same way. Indeed, there are many paths to enlightenment. At the heart of Zen is the need for personal awareness and the ability to see and discover. Zen is practical and is concerned with the here and now.
    Note: Zen itself is an approach to life and a way of being, rather than a set of rules...
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