Some of these tips sound *painfully* familiar, for example:
Provide a long-winded introduction.
If you get nervous, don’t worry. Just talk really quickly.
This goes without saying — make bad slides. Suggestions include using different fonts in different places, and cramming in as many acronyms and as much jargon as you can.
When presenting data, include multiple, dense tables. The smaller the font, the better.
Check the clock — if you realize you’re short on time but still want to make a point, just click through some slides quickly. Your audience will get it.
Talk about something totally different after your “conclusion” slide.