A while ago I came across this tweet by Angelo van der Sijpt in which he said that all he needs to do a presentation was a Sharpie, his ScanSnap, paper, and Keynote.
That was pretty intriguing to me: I have heard of using the ScanSnap for a lot of things, but a presentation? Not so much.
Thankfully, Angelo expanded on his tweet on his blog in this post: Sharpie, paper, ScanSnap, Keynote: Or, My presentation routine.
I’ll let Angelo describe what he does in his blog post, but I really like the runthrough and the creative use of hand-drawn graphics in his presentations.
For the record, the ScanSnap he is using (the S300M) has been replaced with the Fujitsu ScanSnap S1300.
Anyone else use their scanner in a presentation-type workflow? Let us know in the comments.