Well, since finding out about LaTeX and the Beamer package, I plan on no
longer using Powerpoint unless I have to.
But the differences are of degree, not kind. The end result is still a
set of slides.
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>>> Jack Hamilton <jfh@STANFORDALUMNI.ORG> 02/11/05 11:44 PM >>>
At 01:02 pm 2/11/2005 -0800, David L. Cassell wrote:
>Jack Hamilton <jfh@STANFORDALUMNI.ORG> replied to Paul Choate:
> > >At your next SAS conference tally the number of PowerPoint
> > >My experience is that they number over 9 of 10.
> > Maybe 99 out of 100 if you count any use of PP.
>I think it's N-1 out of N, and 100% if you don't count Eric
>Gebhart presenting on his FreeBSD laptop. :-)
I'd forgotten about that (he uses OpenOffice.org). I think I'd count
as PowerPoint in terms of final effect.