I've had a little more time due to publisher-related stuff, so I'm still refining the book chapters. I've posted a couple today that I'd like additional input on: how to do good spreadsheets, and good presentations.
These aren't really OpenOffice.org-specific of course, but I think it's a good idea. Their cohort, the Good Text Document chapter, definitely brings out some things that make text document creation much easier.
So if you have time this week or into the next, let me know if you have additional tips for how to make good spreadsheets and good presentations. I'd like to lean toward the technical side, things specifically related to what you do in the software, but if it's important, let me know regardless.
As always, when you read the chapters you agree to not republish it under your own name, not to reuse the content in another presentation, to credit the book/site if you distribute it, not to use the pages in your MFA final project, etc. ;>