Duke graduate creates a PowerPoint in which she rates her sexual experiences with various men. It goes viral and some students criticize her actions. Who's to blame?
The Ginger app for tablets is designed to make it easy for people to tell stories with animated presentations. It looks like a new Adobe effort to capitalize on the growing mobile market.
BlackBerry marketing chief Frank Boulben reveals that the singer and company creative director is deeply engaged in BlackBerry's business. Did she sing as she presented?
Are you making your point or putting your audience to sleep? To keep viewers focused on your message, create slides that support what you're tell them--and definitely do not read.
The hashtag #aftersex has pictures of people taken allegedly right after sex. So why have so many got their clothes on?
Condom maker Durex says many of us have the wrong formula for lovemaking. Although he's no expert, Crave's Eric Mack tends to agree.
Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 makes prettier presentations, so an upgrade may be in order if your work is particularly image-focused and you don't mind relearning the application. If PowerPoint 2003 serves you well, however, it offers most of the same features, albeit with flatter-looking graphics.
An Irish priest preparing parents of children for Holy Communion finds that the USB stick he's using contains gay porn. The priest says he knows what happened, but not how.
Although it's pricey, Microsoft's PowerPoint 2003 is still the reigning champion of presentation software. You'll get a wealth of customization options, though not when it comes to export formats.
A UK study sees a first-ever drop in sexual activity among young Britons, and researchers suspect gadgets in the bedroom could be partly to blame.