In corporate and government bureaucracies, the standard method for making a presentation is to talk about a list of points organized onto slides projected up on the wall.You can see several of the slides here:
Edward Tufte, "The Cognitive Style of PowerPoint"
Here may be the clearest manifestation of OSD's [Office of Secretary of Defense] contempt for the accumulated wisdom of the military profession and of the assumption among forward thinkers that technology -- above all information technology -- has rendered obsolete the conventions traditionally governing the preparation and conduct of war. To imagine that PowerPoint slides can substitute for such means is really the height of recklessness.
Retired Army Col. Andrew Bacevich
Iraq War Plan Assumed Only 5,000 U.S. Troops Still There by December 2006 (The National Security Archive)
Andrew Bacevich (faculty profile, Boston University)
"Delusional" Iraq plans envisaged only 5,000 troops by now, group says (CNN)
A Prewar Slide Show Cast Iraq in Rosy Hues (New York Times)
Edward Tufte, The Cognitive Style of Powerpoint (edwardtufte.com)