As promised~ have fun!

*Actually I’m a strong supporter of the idea that all talks should be done on blackboards…However, this time since the talk is only 25 minutes long and it takes me 5 minutes to draw a product Cantor set, I had to use slides…

Hence I made fake blackboard slides…

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Wish you the best luck! The sophisticated pictures~

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the most enjoyable talk~

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OK Nice argument. The use of bilipschitz and the isoperimetric inequality is very clear.

Can we change Bowen example for fixing that?

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You actually posted this on the day my daughter was born! :D I love the slides. What did you use to make these slides with the blackboard theme? I would like to use these in the future if it is something that I can replicate. Thanks!

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Hi Luis,

Congratulations (about the daughter :-)!

I just used standard keynote (the apple version of powerpoint). The blackboard theme is build-in. Although I did generate all the latex formulas separately. (namely, I used latex to generate them and save them in image format, then put in photoshop and ‘coated’ the chalk on them by hand)

Have fun!

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Thanks for the congratulations and for responding to my email! Unfortunately, I do not have a Mac or an iPad. However, I have an alternative! It’s the Blackboard Beamer Theme version 0.2 (http://jspr.posterous.com/blackboard-beamer-theme-version-02) where can create presentation slides that imitate the Apple’s Keynote Blackboard theme and I get to use LaTex which gives me full power to present any mathematical formula I desire! :D

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Nice slides. Which font did you use?

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