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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Games People Play

All right, here’s another shamelessly self-praising post. Thanks to the support shown by people, my presentation is now ranked 9th worldwide, out of some 1150-odd contestants. With another 18 days of the contest to go, there’s a strong chance of making it big.

 

I’m embedding the presentation right here, for your folks to see it. In case you like it, please do vote for it.

 

Irrespective of whether you vote for me or not, do write back if you like it. Even if you don’t, please convey the improvement areas I could work towards.

 

Also, I’d appreciate if you share it on blogger, facebook, twitter or any other medium you like. (In case you’re tweeting about it, please use the tag #bestpreso).

 

Thanks!

15 comments:

Arslan said...

Good luck with the contest!

Heard of Prezi? I've put up a sample presentation on my blog titled 'R.I.P PPT'.

Saurabh said...

Well, i'm trying this since yesterday, but am not able to view ur presentation, maybe there's a problem with my internet connection.

Anyway, best of luck for the competition !

Vidya Sury said...

Hey Sumit! No.9 is very cool. May you fly higher. How to vote? I liked your presentation very much...Vidya

Sumit said...

@Arslan... thanks! I'll just check out the ppt on your blog.

@Saurabh... thanks for trying. Please try again. :D

@Vidya... thank you! Btw, it's No. 3 now. You'll just have to click the link there, and then press the vote button. Then it'll ask you to register and you can confirm your vote. :)

Megha said...

ALL THE BEST !!!

Rakesh Vanamali said...

Great ppt here Sumit! Very well made..... please tell me how I'd have to vote! Also is there any link to put up on facebook?

Phoenix said...

A well made presentation. I read the book by Eric Berne a few years back.. and to be honest, I have mixed emotions about it. I don't contest what he writes, but I thought that the book was a little dangerous, in the sense (and may be it was me!) that immediately after reading that book, I felt a very strong urge to interpret any and every behavior around me, near, dear friends, family, teachers, contacts, acquaintances.. basically everyone. It was something like I just could not accept anything at all at face value!

Sumit said...

@Megha... thanks, I hope you voted. :P

@Rakesh... one votes by visiting http://www.slideshare.net/sumitrocks/transactional-analysis-1879796. In fact, this link can be used on FB too.

@Phoenix... I agree! When I first read it, I also used to focus only on games people play. :P

Megha said...

Yes, I did :)

Anonymous said...

Your blog title is just right. It really matches you. You are INSANE if you think you can get away with all those fake accounts, comments and votes.

The Slideshare team has already been warned of your doing and you should see your account suspended in a few days. How does that sound to you? :)

Sumit said...

Anonymous, sounds exciting. :) Thanks! Btw, do you not have a name at all, or are you too chicken to say it? :)

Sumit said...

Anonymous, sounds exciting. :) Thanks! Btw, do you not have a name at all, or are you too chicken to say it? :)

Choco said...

Hey couldn't say it when I viewed it..But I loved the presentation...Had voted too..Wanted to share it..But my pc software has declared war on me these days.... :)

Sumit said...

Thanks Choco! I hope your PC is behaving itself now. :)

Shivin said...

Amazing presentation. Pretty impressive stuff man!