I love the recent developments on easily sharable handouts and documentation using resources such as Google Docs, Scribd, and Issuu. I know that some people prefer traditional printed handouts, but paper all over my life really ruins my sense of feng shui. I still have a large lavender tote bag (not my color) full of handouts from the last two ASHA conventions in my car. I prefer to save such resources in my delicious and diigo libraries. If you'd rather have paper, all of the above options allow you to print to your heart's desire.
My blogging compadre Eric Sailers has recently published his handouts that support his presentations at the FLASHA convention. I really appreciate his promotion of SpeechTechie in his great work! You can see his post about the convention here, as well as handouts on apps and Web 2.0 in our field.
Have a great long weekend!