PowerPoint in Australian Parliament?

Created: Monday, November 10, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 9:56 am



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The Sydney Morning Herald reports an issue raised in the Australian parliament that will allow “MPs to use PowerPoint presentations during their speeches, saying Parliament should move from “Dickens’s days” into the 21st century” It adds that “Mr Harris said PowerPoint presentations could allow MPs to better present their arguments. “The use of such material in presentations adds another dimension to the ability to convey ideas and messages,” he said”.

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