Emacs: Animation in presentations (September 28, 2006, 3) - … and because this is just so endearingly old-school and crazily
Emacs, here’s what’s going to be my title “slide” for DemoCamp10.
(set-face-attribute 'default nil :height 700)
(animate-sequence (list "Livin' la Vida Emacs" "DemoCamp10" "Sacha Chua") 1))
I may end up writing a presentation mode if there isn’t one yet.
Excited about my DemoCamp presentation! (October 23, 2006, 0) - I’ve written a totally small-time presentation thingy that cues me thanks to Emacspeak. ;) Here’s the setup code:
(progn ;; Setup
(defvar democamp/presentation-file "~/democamp.el")
(defvar democamp/cue-buffer "*DemoCamp*")
(defun democamp/next ()
(let (start sexp)
(with-current-buffer (find-file-noselect democamp/presentation-file)
PBJ 1.0 (October 23, 2006, 0) - Kudos to the presenter for structuring the presentation for quick and early audience participation, and for taking on the challenge of writing something in realtime! =) He’s doing a quick tic-tac-toe game with the help of some PHP code he prepared before and a framework called PBJ, which isn’t linked on the Democamp site and
DemoCamp afterparty (May 30, 2006, 0) - I couldn’t make it to DemoCamp proper, but I caught the
afterparty at Molly Bloom’s. I checked all the tables for people I’d
been meaning to ping and say hi to, but I was just starving, so I
spent far too much time waiting for food and then gulping it down.
Next time, I should bring along a little
Canada and Web 2.0 conferences (July 9, 2008, 3) - A colleague asked me about Web 2.0 and social networking conferences in Canada, so I figured I’d post it here too. Here are the big ones I know about:
Mesh Conference (http://meshconference.com) is an annual Web 2.0 conference held in May here in Toronto. They get a good line-up of speakers, and they’re always sold out.