Appreciating Shakespeare

It's just not the same without the original slides!

I've long been amused by Peter Norvig's Gettysburg Powerpoint. The accompanying articles are also worth reading.

When a friend sent me a pointer to the break-up by powerpoint, I was forced to ask "What hasn't been amusingly rendered in Powerpoint?" And the answer...Shakespeare.

On to the slides! They require Javascript, and the interface is pretty bad. I thought about fixing it, but...It's what Powerpoint produces. (Actually, what Powerpoint produces is here, thats what happens when you ask it to produce a web page.

(As it turns out, my answer was wrong. If you need an overview of Hamlet, you can look here.)

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Last modified: Mon Sep 27 10:06:11 EDT 2004