:icon4: Great and valuable content. I'm glad he brought in JFK's "Ask not..." at the end.
:dry: :icon5: The slide show was rather boring
I much rather see consistency throughout the slides. Choose one custom animation for the text. I nearly always used Color Typewriter which is rather slow (even at Very Fast); however, I change the speed to 0.02 seconds. That's right ".02," not ".2."
Regardless, keep it the same throughout the slide show.
I would also darken the colors. I know that the colors are your flag colors, but the contrast between the background and text would give a better contrast and it would be easier to read. I choose to use the Italian flag colors on my Web site, but if you view my site at <link no longer exists - removed> , you will see a much darker red and green. The bright and light red and green of the Italian flag was not palatable for a Web site.
I would also remove the drawn boxes. They distract from Mr. Abdul Kalam's message. Stay focus on the message -- not drawing boxes. Speed it up (Color Typewriter at 0.02 seconds is very manageable). I would also add music to display the feeling of that young girl and then Mr. Abdul Kalam's message.
I could talk about my fellow Americans in the same way. Many Americans are focused on fame and rock star status of people rather than substance
7th March 2009 From United States , Sherman Oaks
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9th March 2009 From India , Gurgaon
itz marvellous! nice presentation, i real like it, the good thing is that, the sms can be applied to any country and work out.. i fowarded the attachment to many friends of mine with great courage..thanx to u..and Mr.A P J:lol:
12th March 2009 From Tanzania, Dar Es Salaam
16th March 2009 From United States , Houston
I like what I have read in this presentation. I am a South African and proud of it, but we have the same complaints and not doing anything about it. People tend to blame others for their circumstances and they way that they live. They do not forget that the government is the people and not the person sitting in Parliament. Change begins with you, you chose how to live, you create are the creator of your own destiny.
10th May 2013 From South Africa, Johannesburg