As someone that has to do a lot of presentations, I absolutely loved Don's advice.  His take on not relying on the slides, and engaging the audience are (I'm afraid) all to often ignored in so many of the presentations I watch.

Another person that does excellent presentations and embodies all of what Don says in this video is Prof. Lessig - his presentations are legendary (just the white typewriter text on a black background is his "signature").  I've found it really hard to find his talks online, but if anyone want to view an excellent example visit

http://randomfoo.net/oscon/2002/lessig/free.html

Please, please, please, take the advice of Don (and learn from other people of what "works) - these type of people make going to a talk an enjoyment, not a drudge.

Cheers,
Mike,