Lets break the cycle, folks. Some physicists are abandoning the slides in favor of whiteboards and direct conversation. Even better, we can avoid the bullet-point habit entirely and adapt to specific audiences. Presentations should be about expanding upon ideas, not glossing them over! I can't claim to be a presenting expert and certainly haven't had a long career. Even so, I can hope for numerous chances to present my research outside the bounds of Microsoft's glowing rectangles.
*I once saw a version of the University of Virginia logo specially prepared for their department of Biology. The sabres had been replaced by micropipettes, the actual tools of the molecular biology trade.