Download a 4.4MB tagged PDF of my slides or try the embedded view if your browser displays PDF inline.

The text in the slides is set in Atkinson Hyperlegible. The outdoor images are generated from Midjourney. The PDF is exported from PowerPoint, after confirming reading order and alternative text and converting every em-dash, ellipsis, apostrophe, and quote otherwise they were exported as images with no alternative text. The PDF itself has had no editing. Not perfect, I know.

I use an iframe to embed the slides, but only after the user clicks to do so. Some users have their browser configured to download the slides, so this approach prevents them being pushed a 5MB file just from opening the page. If this is broken or problematic for you, then you should track me down at CSUNATC and let me know. Maybe not during my talk, though.

I do not make the PowerPoint file available because my slides have been taken and used by others before, and I believe they should have to exert at least some modicum of effort to steal from me.

This post is a stub to hold the slides during my talk and will be updated sometime within a few days after my talk with more nuggets if needed.

Examples Used in the Talk

The example screen shots used in my talk were not just illustrations. I made those in code to confirm the stuff I was saying was accurate. Granted, I only had to confirm it on Windows in Firefox for the scope of capturing screen shots. Regardless, you can play around with them yourself in the following embedded frame or directly at their own URL.


Christopher Phillips has gathered links to all the presentations in a Google Sheet. Note the tabs at the bottom of the sheet to see related resources, sponsors, and prior years.

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