If you don't fear SGML/XML, you can also use the "Slides" flavour of Docbook (and if you do fear them, well, I suppose you'll have to wait until Conglomerate starts working reasonably well).
Like plain Docbook, Docbook-Slides is geared towards technical docs/presentations. It's easy to include code, examples, links, have lots of semantic markup, and keep the visual fluff for later: that's the point of Docbook in particular and WYSIWYM in general.
Right, no sound. No transitions, either. Graphics come from external images. Like the rest of Docbook, this may not be what your PHB will use for showing off to his VPs. But for us techies... Yummy :-)
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