An Apple II Is All The Computing Power You Need For Powerpoint

Slide presentations are the backbone of boring business meetings, but they're rarely all that computationally intensive. That raises the question: how simple a computer system could you run a slide presentation on?

It's quite a neat hack; while it's not running powerpoint slides per se -- they're actually Applesoft BASIC files -- it does rather highlight the point that there's a lot of computing power that we simply never use in our current systems. [Deater via HackADay]