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The New York Times recently came out with its 10 best books of the year list, and on it is Jennifer Egan's "A Visit From the Goon Squad." Jennifer is an amazingly innovative author, and created a chapter of her book entirely in PowerPoint. Jennifer was featured on an episode on the Office Show recently, and talked about why PowerPoint formed the foundation for her brilliant novel. See the complete interview here.
The book has been racking up accolades in other quarters too; it made O's Top 10 (the Oprah Magazine), and Publishers Weekly as well. Here's what the Times had to say: "Ranging across some 40 years and inhabiting 13 different characters, each with his own story and perspective, Egan makes these disparate parts cohere into an artful whole, irradiated by a Proustian feel for loss, regret and the ravages of love." (I've been dying to put a phrase like "irradiated by a Proustian feel for loss" in the Office Blog. Thank you New York Times).
Read more about Jennifer and check out her 10 tips for PowerPoint.
-- Doug Kim