The tyranny of flipcharts
OCTOBER 23, 2010
This does not facilitate a good flow in a conversation, and it is rarely a useful harvest of a discussion. It is not un common for these things to go for $50 a day and at one hotel I worked at, the Sheraton in Atlanta, they charged $170 for a flipchart stand with half a pad of news print paper on it. Give me a pad of 75 sheets of large white paper, and I’m happy. Put the paper in the middle. It democratizes the harvesting tools in a powerful way.