Switzerland's Anti-PowerPoint Party (APPP) thinks so. The group was formed to "influence the public to put a stop to the phenomenon of idle time in the economy, industry, research, and educational institutions," according to its website, and identifies PowerPoint presentations as the chief culprit.The source is Business Insider.
Another source for information on the APPP is CNET, here.
If you have every been through a really bad PowerPoint briefing (death by PowerPoint) you can understand the sentiment.
Regards — Cliff