2024-05-16 (Th) DocumentationTalk Notes and projector

Google Slides has a place for "Speaker Notes," which I assumed would be visible if the presenter used two monitors. I never tested this because I discovered I could present on one computer while presenting from my phone during a Google Meeting. During the presentation, I could see the notes on my phone while changing slides with swipes. The next step was to ensure I could display my computer, so I grabbed a used projector. The untested unit was in my bedroom for two years, but I plugged it in to confirm it would work, and luckily, it had no problem. The best part was the cats, who were confident this was for them.
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