3 must-see videos on the Web 2.0 world

Here’s three Must-See YouTube videos. They each present concepts in a fascinating way. Worth seeing just to get ideas on how to present concepts. But then if you want to get a grip on what’s happening with Web 2.0 and how the world is changing, these are brilliant. You could use these, too, to show to people who “just don’t get” what is happening in the web world and how internet technology is changing how the world does things.

First, “Web 2.0… The web is Us/ing Us”:

And then, “Information R/evolution”:

And this one provides plenty of thought about students today (e.g., what impact does this have on what education methods will work? what impact does this have on what assignments given?):

PowerPoint 10/20/30 Rule

Guy Kawasaki makes some good points about PowerPoint presentations, saying they should follow the 10/20/30 Rule: have 10 slides, be no longer than 20 minutes and contain font no smaller than 30 points.

He suggests that whatever the presentation, it just needs to follow this format:

  1. Problem
  2. Your solution
  3. Business model
  4. Underlying magic/technology
  5. Marketing and sales
  6. Competition
  7. Team
  8. Projections and milestones
  9. Status and timeline
  10. Summary and call to action