I've come across a couple of very clever pieces on PowerPoint which beg to be shared.
Peter Norvig, the Director of Research at Google, a number of years ago put together a PowerPoint presentation on the Gettysburg Address. Be sure to read about how and why he made the presentation for some additional laughs. One of his best lines:
"[I] figured from there I'd be creative in adding bad design wherever possible. I was surprised that the Autocontent Wizard had anticipated my desires so well that I had to make very few changes."
HOW NOT TO DO POWERPOINT
A friend and colleague recently sent me this. Enjoy!