Following last month’s meeting boycott push, this week we are fortunate to celebrate the rejection of PowerPoint. Though it’s hardly the problem. And blaming the full-featured presentation program creates a common rallying cry we can circle around. No, the problem is the people who use it incorrectly (yes, PP could share some blame being that the default slide invites bullets…). Even beyond those individuals, at many organizations PowerPoint presentations are the chosen paradigm—so much so that if anyone introduces anything different that person loses the audience because they’re so flabbergasted that they won’t have the slides when they return to their desk.