I’ve been looking for tools to supplement Power Point, Whiteboard, etc. and Brian Gracely (@bgracely) suggested I try Prezi (www.prezi.com.) Prezi is a very slick tool for non-slide based presentations. I don’t think it will replace slides or white board for me, but it’s a great supplement. It’s got a fairly quick learning curve if you watch the quick tutorials. Additionally it works quite well for mind-mapping, I just throw all of my thoughts on the canvas and then start tying them together, whereas slides are very linear and take more planning. My favorite feature of Prezi is the ability to break out of the flow, and quickly return to it at any time during a presentation. I love this because real world discussions never go the way you mapped them out in advance. To start learning the tool I created the following high-level overview of the Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS.) This content is fully/usable and recyclable so do with it what you want!