Over 30 years ago, we recognized that even if computer aided tools like PowerPoint allow more people the freedom to TECHNICALLY create visual aids, that the HUMAN act of presenting suffers immensely. Presenters too often confuse the tool with what the tool is supposed to do. Many presentations today are no longer an ACT of HUMAN communication, but rather a computer-based slide show where presenters rely too much on technology to do their work. The result is an overall drop in quality of art of oral communication to audiences. We are all too familiar with the Death By PowerPoint syndrome. This is even more evident with the arrival of tools like Webex, Skype, Zoom, Meet or Team.