When you watch the presentations of people who present with latex/beamer, 
you notice that most just excerpt the paper. This reduces the amount of time
needed to prepare the presentation and the quality of the presentation at the
same time. A paper/handout and a presentation are two completely different
ways of bringing across intuition and if you connect them, you miss a chance.

In this sense, you’re at an advantage with scribble and slideshow -) The bit 
of disconnect forces you to rethink the presentation. Pict is a bit of a 
connection 
between the two. 

Note of caution 

 — my use of scribble is restricted to a few papers with PhD students 
        and How to Design Programs/2e. 

 — I do not use slideshow only pict. 





> On Sep 16, 2017, at 9:40 AM, Gour <g...@atmarama.com> wrote:
> 
> Hello!
> 
> Racket language is deeply rooted in academia and used wildly in
> education, so, I hope, it's reasonable that Racketeers are often
> preparing slide-show presentations...
> 
> In order to take an advantage of Racket's ecosystem I'd like to use it for 
> such
> purpose and slide-show package is natural choice, but  wonder how do
> Racketeers prepare speaker notes and/or handouts papers for their
> preparations? 
> Got some info in #racket yesterday, but believe there must be some
> further info/ideas available?
> 
> Having experience with LaTeX/Beamer I'd expect to have some integrated
> solution, but my browsing of slide-show & scribble docs hasn't yielded
> adequate information,
> 
> Any hint?
> 
> 
> Sincerely,
> Gour
> 
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