At work I learned that when creating a PowerPoint Presentation, one should follow the "rule of sixes"--six words per line, six lines per slide. And I thought this is the closest the corporate world gets to poetry--because, you know, poetry requires a soul. I also thought that all it needed was a third rule--six syllables per line--and you'd have the Devil's presentation crafted according to the rule of 666. The first in this PowerPoem series (an experiment) doesn't follow the rule of 666, but expect the CEO of Evil's presentation once his demonic little lackees make one for him. This first one is titled, "Best Practices." I'm trying to figure out a way to post it without it being blurry. (Thanks Microsoft! You do this to me at work too.) There's a download link below, where it may look better.