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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • What is this method of which you speak... is there an English translation of the Japanese version?
    • No.... A summary would be: Few words on each slide, each slide zoomed to fullest.
      • > Few words on each slide, each slide zoomed to fullest.

        What is the advantage to this?

        Side note: I just saw MJDs "Conference Presentation Judo". It is available here (even as .mov)

        http://perl.plover.com/yak/presentation/ [plover.com]

        • I followed the Judo way for many years, and has just recently switched to Takahashi.

          I think Takahashi exemplifies the getting point across attitude, instead of the transmitting maximum information attitude. I think Judo still makes sense for tutorial, where indeed you want to transmit working knowledge -- but for 45-minute talks Takahashi is perhaps better suited, as it leaves little room for distraction.

          Twice I heave heard Lawrence Lessig giving the Takahashi style of talks, except he did not maximize the font for the full effect, but the idea is the same.