86th Academy Awards: Who will take home the Oscar?

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Image: Academy Award Winner by Davidlohr Bueso on Flickr Under CC BY 2.0 It’s time to honor the best movies 2013 gave us. It’s time for The Oscars! The grand spectacle is all set to unfold on Sunday, March 2, at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles at 8:30 p.m. ET. Already, the social media is abuzz with Oscar predictions. American Hustle and Gravity are neck and neck in the Oscar race with 10 nominations each in their kitty while…

Don’t go mute. Let authorSTREAM give VOICE to your presentations

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More sensual the experience, better the experience. It’s true for all forms of experience, be it cinema, television, food, or your presentations. The more senses that you bring in while viewing a PowerPoint or Keynote presentation, the richer the experience for your viewers. It’s time that you create presentations that are not just a visual media but an audio-visual media. That’s right. Why go mute when you can insert audio in your presentation and make the viewing experience richer, more…

“Every great love starts with a great story.” Happy Valentine’s Day!

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They didn’t agree on much. In fact, they rarely agreed on everything. They fought all the time and they challenged each other everyday. But inspite of their differences they had one IMPORTANT thing in common. They were crazy about each other. Nicholas Sparks best-selling novel “The Notebook” and later adapted into a movie by the same name gave us one of the best love stories and some of the most touching lines that can make anybody go weak kneed. It…

You are 7 steps away from being a memorable presenter!

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Forgettable. That’s one word no presenter wants to hear. Memorable. Yes, that’s what we all want to be. We want to be unforgettable. We want our presentations to be unforgettable too. That makes our audience say “Wow. He really worked hard on his presentation” or “I am glad I didn’t miss this presentation.” But then why is it that when it comes to remembering memorable presenters, hardly any names cross our mind. Why only prominent speakers like Steve Jobs come…