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Keynote Extractor
Latest OSXs only but: this does - with a nice template, and JSON options - what a pile of terrible Ruby I regularly update also does. I'd go with this over my terrible Ruby any day.
keynote  software  utilities  mac  osx 
july 2017 by infovore
Copying Code from Textmate to Keynote with Style @ Bamboo Blog
"I've been using Copy with Style command, which I took from this blog post. It copies text selection as RTF so when the code is pasted into Keynote, it looks exactly the same as it looked in TextMate, including font style, size and colors. Code can be then modified in Keynote, while the style is preserved." Useful!
textmate  keynote  presentation  code  formatting 
march 2010 by infovore
Rands In Repose: Keynote Kung-fu Two
"The original Keynote Kung-fu article describes how to set up and use Keynote for the first time, but once you’ve done a couple of presentations, you’re going to want more." Rands drops some Keynote science, and I learn at least one new thing.
presentation  keynote  software  osx  speaking  tips 
april 2009 by infovore
Bruce Sterling, "Computer Entertainment," Flurb #6
"Computer Entertainment Thirty-Five Years From Today: A solo spoken word performance by Bruce Sterling" Wonderful, surreal, exciting; Sterling's keynote from Austin GDC. Good stuff, and worth a read for gamers, futurists, and designers alike.
games  play  entertainment  futurism  scifi  brucesterling  austingdc  keynote 
september 2008 by infovore
Jane McGonigal saves SXSW for me « Kitten Fluff
"The thing about games and virtual story worlds ... is at least they give you feedback and points for doing things. That way we know instantly what our strengths and weaknesses are, and how we are doing. We don’t really get that in everyday life."
janemcgonigal  sxsw  notes  talk  keynote  games  play  society  life  realityhacking 
march 2008 by infovore
Wonderland: SXSW: Will Wright Keynote
Alice provides a near-transcription of Will's SXSW keynote; requires a more careful readthrough... but at first glance, it's bloody marvellous. Totally should have gone to SXSW.
willwright  spore  games  play  story  narrative  sxsw  keynote 
march 2007 by infovore
The Power of the Marginal
The big media companies shouldn't worry that people will post their copyrighted material on YouTube. They should worry that people will post their own stuff on YouTube, and audiences will watch that instead.
media  broadcast  innovation  essay  keynote  presentation 
june 2006 by infovore

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