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Random walks on slides

Some grad students at Carnegie Mellon had a fun idea: what if each slide in a presentation was made by a different person, based only on the previous slide?

Being grad students and thus having nothing better to be getting on with, they did just that, and nominated one of their number to deliver the resulting presentation without having seen any of the slides in advance.

Watch the video below. Prepare to hear lots of nerdy giggling.

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via Haggis the Sheep on Twitter

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