Here is an interesting interview with Leith Anderson from ChristianityToday.com.
Once again the question of how the medium affects the message is brought up, but it also forces us to ask the question "Is PowerPoint dead?"
I, personally, think the answer is...somewhat. We will still use PowerPoint type programs to blast graphics, songs, and some sermon points onto a screen. But there is also the recognition that a point-by-point presentation of a sermon on the screen may be on the way out. I think it still has its place in certain settings, but there are often more effective ways of making a point.
Leith makes a good point about balancing the techno-savvy side with a simplistic, natural feel. We are looking at an entirely different approach to technology, the web, and sermonic interaction than most of our previous generations.