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The Back of the Napkin by Dan Roam
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it was amazing

A great read for those who are more visual in our communication with others. This book does attempt to give a guide of sorts of how one can communicate his or her ideas effectively. The ideas given are fresh, and I do find them directly applicable to those who are either more suited to these kind of communication media, or for those who wants to add a little zing to their presentation. But one aspect that I do find this book lacking is the seemingly technical details that it is trying to force onto the readers. Arguably, it does get a little weird trying to look at the tabulated template of sorts, but nonetheless, this book, I feel, would be able to give her readers a certain degree of confidence, and knowledge on how to communicate more visually, and more importantly, more effectively.
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July 29, 2011 – Shelved

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