Presentation - Articles Archive
from September 17, 2007 to May 1, 2007

Video interview recording is the ability to record good quality video out of one-to-one at-a-distance video conferencing calls for the purpose of conducting and publishing interviews done with people that cannot be physically present at your location. But for however simple it may sound, video recording both ... read more

Robin Good - September 17, 2007

Yugma Skype opens-up the door to contextual, just-in-time collaboration, making it possible for any existing Skype user to start screen-sharing, live annotating or giving remote control of the screen to anyone in a few mouse clicks. What's more impressive is that Yugma for Skype supports up ... read more

Robin Good - September 12, 2007

Increasingly, web 2.0 web sites provide you with a flurry of new tools, services and technologies all supposed to help you better leverage your existing communication skills via social media networks, new online distribution and delivery options and emerging alternative media publishing opportunities. ...and if you are ... read more

Robin Good - September 7, 2007

Communicating clearly aesthetic concepts and ideas that relate to visual design is most often a much underestimated task. Take design presentation meetings in which you, the designer, are expected to showcase your visual proposal and ideas. Do you and your clients talk the same design language? More ... read more

Joshua Porter - Bokardo - September 6, 2007

Screencasting, the live screen-capture of you demonstrating a software or new application is increasingly the solution of choice when it comes to showcase, demonstrate, explain. A few hours ago Marshall Kirkpatrick of Splashcast twittered: "my ? is: what r some good methods 4 turning huge ... read more

Robin Good - September 2, 2007

When designing a web site or a multimedia project it is very difficult to keep the client from suggesting design changes or revisions based only on his personal, subjective taste while have him respect a more objective rationale approach in making sound decisions about the interface ... read more

Nick Myers - Cooper - August 29, 2007

If you are looking for a tool that allows you to create impressive web presentations in a fraction of the time it would be take the best slideshow editor, you have found the first online service that does really so. Check out here below the stunning ... read more

Robin Good - August 20, 2007

A new user-generated content marketplace allows anyone with the appropriate know-how and assets to upload, describe, tag and publish for a price any professional document that may be of interest to the public at large. This new online content delivery and distribution marketplace, makes it very easy ... read more

Robin Good - August 6, 2007

How can I make my blog site rock? How can I make enough money with my web site so that I can start thinking about quitting my day-time job? What are the key things I can do to make my blog site as successful and popular ... read more

Robin Good - July 30, 2007

Are you looking for a way to shorten long URLs to be inserted in your newsletter or in an email you need to distribute to non-technical people? URLs sometimes get to be very long indeed, and having the ability to crop them easily to a few ... read more

Livia Iacolare - July 29, 2007

Moving a traditional business to the Web may appear a very difficult and risky operation, especially when the remaining part of the market uses little innovation and provides no examples to follow. Nonethelòess the above and against all odds, MOO, a Web company that specializes in ... read more


One of the easiest ways to communicate an application-based feature or issue is to take a screen capture or screencast of it. A new free tool allows you to do both from one incredibly simple interface. Jing Project is the latest offering from Techsmith, the company behind ... read more

Michael Pick - July 24, 2007

Finding free music for videos or audio podcasts seems to be one of the hardest activities. Most of the audio content available online is protected by copyrights and the threat of bumping into illegal content is always in the air. Is it possible to have access ... read more

Michael Pick - July 22, 2007

If you want to significantly improve the accessibility of your content while providing an easy way for your readers to scan your information rapidly, you probably need to stop and rethink about your approach to formatting text-based content online. Making your content scannable is one of the ... read more

Robin Good - June 27, 2007

Preparing a public PowerPoint presentation can be sometimes one of the most challenging activities. The fear and feeling of not being quite up to snuff grows thicker as presentation day gets closer and as your PowerPoint deck grows bigger. Unfortunately there is often an inversely proportional ... read more


If you want to remix and mashup your own media with licensed content from top branded sources, and monetize the resulting rich-media presentations, you need look no further. Personal media remixing and publishing tools are hot stuff at the moment, with tools like the recently reviewed ... read more

Michael Pick - June 12, 2007

Digital content is easier than ever to not only store and share online, but also edit and mashup into new and great looking remixes. Now it is possible to do all of this and more from a single browser-based application. The latest breed of web applications have ... read more

Michael Pick - June 4, 2007

Web annotation tools and services make it easy for you to add notes, highlights and visual diagrams on the web pages that you visit, just as you might do with pencil or pens on a real book or journal article. If you want to mark up ... read more

Michael Pick - June 1, 2007

Looking for an easy way to download your favorite videos from YouTube, Google Video or any other popular video sharing site? Keep on reading, then, because you might find some good hints here. Video sharing sites are increasingly a resourceful destination for entertainment, documentary, indie clips, music ... read more

Livia Iacolare - May 27, 2007

RSS Syndication has long been a feature of blogs and websites, allowing publishers to share their work with a broad audience, and aggregate, arrange and publish that of others. Until now, though, syndicating and broadcasting online video and rich media hasn't been the simplest of prospects. ... read more

Michael Pick - May 1, 2007

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