mctrexler
It's clear that most of us use PB for information management, rather than communication per se.   I'm now trying to actually use the power of PB in place of PowerPoints, creating in effect a presentation that's customized to the viewer's interests on the fly.  

There's very little information anywhere on the forums, and none at thebrain.com, on how to use PB in an effect way for presentations.  Create some good looking views of the brain and do screenshots to give a core foundation, and then run PB over that in transparent mode to take advantage of its power?   Many folks must have experimented in this realm, and I'd very much welcome your thoughts. 

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zenrain
I've included several threads dealing with this question.

http://forums.thebrain.com/post?id=2233468

http://forums.thebrain.com/post?id=3083353

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zenrain
Also, http://webbrain.com/u/10Cr


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mctrexler
I had somehow missed your answers until recently.  Thanks very much!
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parsec
also this seminar
on the brain since 1.3
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