all did go well in Sarnia

Well, I talked myself hoarse (must learn to project!), and I think it went well; no-one feigned death or sudden illness.

The ATI Remote Wonder performed flawlessly. It may be ugly, but it works.

more wind in Sarnia

I’m giving my wind talk to the Lambton Chapter of the PEO tonight: Wind Energy for the Perplexed.

If all goes well, I’ll be able to use my ATI Remote Wonder to control the slides, as I found an OS X driver for the Remote Wonder. Yay!

IEEE Toronto Talk

Looks like I’m waving my hands in the air and talking to the IEEE Toronto Section on Thursday October 27, 2005, 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. It’s in the Business Building, Room BUS 108 at Ryerson University.

They fed me an exceptionally keen meal on Saturday night in advance thanks, so it’d better be a good talk from me.

Update, October 27: the slides are here — scruss.com/talks/02005/ieee_toronto — still in a kind of draft state. I used Eric Meyer’s fabulous S5 again.

S5: A Simple Standards-Based Slide Show System

Eric Meyer’s S5: A Simple Standards-Based Slide Show System is extremely cool. I’ve chosen it for my presentation on Thursday night, because it’s very simple yet quite pretty.