Geeky but cool

When doing my workshops and presentations I prefer to use a browser rather than Keynote or Powerpoint. I don't have to switch between presentation and browser to show web pages and if I am demonstrating a forum thread I am not constrained to a small screen grab of the top few posts. If I feel the need of "slides" as structure I have tended to write them in html - one of two words on a black background - and did so in TextEdit.

What I discovered today is that if you open a web archive in TextEdit you can edit it in its formatted state without having to dig into the html