After far too long I've finally nearly thought about finishing making my slides. My verdict on this process is that powerpoint isn't all it could be; that Fortran has recently developed the habit of becomming useful in the most suprising of places (helping me plot some highly pretty pictures); that the gimp is excellent and most importantly that I've yet again managed to really worry myself.
This time I've created Schrodinger's Cheshire Cat, essential to the proper presentation of the features (not bugs, really) of Quantum::Entanglement. I've also though of a couple of other things that can be done with it, although they currently require far too much memory to actually run. It's a crying shame that elegant solutions to irrelevant problems are beyond our current technological abilities.