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Well, until there's a Powerpoint or Keynote viewer app for the iPhone, the only other option would be to record a desktop video of you running through the presentation on your computer, then play that back as you speak (pausing at points as needed).
Not quite a full solution, but try this:Apple Composite AV Cable(I prefer the component video cable, but composite input is more common)Export your presentation as images (both Keynote and PowerPoint can do it), put them into an album in your photo management software, sync them to the phone, then use that cable to display them as a presentation via your projector (ie. a photo album slideshow).You can also find software to convert and format videos for the iPhone, then...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarcasm Incidentally, that should also open up a whole world of British comedy for you.
I second that suggestion. In addition, I'd like to see something whereby, if you're listening to your iPod and you run a 3rd party app which wants to take control of the audio subsystem, you can choose which audio stream you want. Or better yet, just allow proper audio sharing between apps.
I used to have this problem all the time prior to Leopard. But I have to agree with solipsism that it hasn't reared it's head in Leopard yet (and yes, I connect to both SMB and AFP shares). I just get a window asking me if I want to disconnect from the share.OTOH, try browsing through Windows Explorer after network drive mappings have disappeared. Now that's painful. It doesn't bring the system to a halt, but you pretty much lose all file browsing ability and tend to...
The quarter has expired for RIM's one trick pony ride. If my company forced me to get a BB, I'd find a new job. I prefer to work with people with a passion for technology, not a passion for job security. Tech companies with too many of the latter usually don't last long.
Look ma, no palms!
And there will be monthly dance-offs to determine who gets the corner office...
From my personal experience, it's usually good to have a small core of "architects" who are very knowledgeable and passionate developers. Often this is only one or two people. I believe this is what mdriftmeyer is talking about. Sure you'll have a lot of other folks involved: graphic designers, UI designers, and other developers. But it's this small, dedicated core group which dictates the main structure of the software and ensures that new features are well thought out...
I actually became aware of LLVM a while back via iPhone hacking. A bunch of folks were trying to figure out how to create software for the iPhone and quickly found that no known compiler/linker combination could generate MachO-ARM binaries (that naming combination still cracks me up). Scouring through the Apple GCC mailing list for clues, they found mention of LLVM and ARM (a discussion thread which ended abruptly) and realized that was the missing piece of the puzzle....
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