[Edinburgh-pm] pub thursday

Wim Vanderbauwhede wim.vanderbauwhede at gmail.com
Thu Feb 24 07:49:45 PST 2011

I can't make it tonight :-(


On 24 February 2011 13:57, Murray <perl at minty.org> wrote:

> Changing direction ...
> I have a presentation to do for glasgow.pm's next meeting on 10th March
> ...
> I want an HTML/JS/CSS based presentation tool.  I've thus far failed to
> find
> one I like.
> Any recommendations?
> I quite like these:
>    http://slides.html5rocks.com/
>    http://leaverou.me/ft2010/
> But both appear to be custom/bespoke, and not based on any existing open
> source
> project.  I'd prefer to avoid yak shaving here.
> Also, I'd like to be able to convert the slides into PDF or similar, and
> I'm
> sure I came across a tool a few years ago that would do these things, but
> I'm
> stuffed if I can remember what it is now.
> Anyway, what's hot in (html based) presentation software these days?
> Bonus points for anything that I can force to use my preferred font face,
> as I
> want to give Futura a spin.  Typekit appears not to have that one, so I'm
> guessing I might have to buy it for my mac ... (I'm happy with the notion
> that
> I only get Futura on my presentation if the presentation is running on my
> Mac
> btw).
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