Apple Computer’s “Keynote” Application used in Al Gore’s new movie
Anyone who knows me, knows that I love Apple computer, and Mac OS X, which is Apple’s version of BSD Unix, with an incredible Graphical User Interface (GUI). Apple has recently entered the “Office” applications market. They sell a product called iWork, which contains two very nice applications. “Pages” is a somewhat basic, to intermediate page layout program. You could also use it as a word processor.
“Keynote” is Apple’s response to the popular Microsoft Powerpoint presentation software. I have only recently started using it, and it is a very logical and intuitive program to use. It is very pleasing to the eyes, compared to Powerpoint. They both do the same job, but Keynote somehow makes things fun. I can pretty much say that about any Macintosh specific program, since most Mac programs are written, and look a certain way.
Here is a link to how Al Gore used Apple’s Keynote, in his new movie, “An Inconvenient Truth.” I really like what Tipper said to him, in order to motivate him to start using computers.