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Another interesting approach

Another interesting approach

Posted Sep 14, 2004 20:03 UTC (Tue) by nigelm (subscriber, #622)
Parent article: The Grumpy Editor's guide to presentation programs

The following talk from the UKUUG Linux 2004 event may be of interest:-

http://www.ukuug.org/events/linux2004/programme/abstract-...

Simon compares a number of methods of doing presentations and then shows an interesting way of doing things - basically an HTML presentation with different stylesheets for presentation and later (or not-at-conference) reading. A little javascript gives you some extra navigation.


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Web Browser as presentations tools

Posted Sep 14, 2004 21:34 UTC (Tue) by AnswerGuy (subscriber, #1256) [Link]

I've seen this and used it; even just using something as simple as a MoinMoin wiki page for the content.

I've seen presentations by Twiki's creator and he uses Twiki for his presentation backend (there are even plug-ins for this purpose) and Mozilla (if I recall correctly) for the front end.

I would use these only for the most informal presentations, but it is quick and the issue of publishing the slides unto the web is inherently handled.


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