Looks like Hollywood has spoiled us when it comes to presentations, particularly of the nefarious variety.
If a government agency was to, say, create a plan to spy on the communications of its citizens, one would expect something cutting edge (like images floating in mid-air and zooming in and out of the table, for example) but at the very least stylish.
Sadly, as you can see from the above slide, that was not the case.
Thankfully, now that the NSA’s Prism slideshow has seen the light of day, people such as Emiland DeCubber can give a few helpful design hints so we don’t have to cringe any more than necessary about the loss of our civil liberties.
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