Presentation - Articles Archive
from April 25, 2006 to June 20, 2005

Stickam is a new unique communication and online collaboration widget that can be embedded into any web page. It allows to publish audio and video clips, images, as well as to interact in real-time with other people via text chat and video conferencing. Completely web-based, this new, ... read more

Robin Good - April 25, 2006

Remote access to your PC from anywhere via mobile phone Podcast search engine allows creation and sharing of channels Server monitoring service makes it easy and free to track server status Desktop music player tracks and reports your music preferences Map creation service allows personal life events documentation Spreadsheet hosting editing ... read more


Where online collaboration starts and where individual isolated applications end is going to become a next to invisible borderline, as most applications are gradually drifting toward the integration of some form of collaborative features. Sharing, is becoming an essential asset for those who need to communicate, ... read more

Robin Good - April 16, 2006

New media tools and services are blooming like never before. Here is a new basket full of new media gems for another great technology-rich Sharewood Picnic. The Sharewood Picnic is my weekly collection of the best, most interesting new media tools, resources and pointers I have ... read more


Here is a new basket full of new media delicacies for your Sharewood Picnic. Once again I have gotten a great bunch of interesting new media tools, resources and pointers I have run into during my daily research and explorations. All these new media gems can ... read more

Robin Good - March 12, 2006
Today, the online media universe is inventing and producing ideas, services and new tools at an unprecedented rate. For anyone, including topic experts, news researchers and media reporters like me, it is not easy to monitor and track all the new announcements, technology releases and ... read more

Robin Good - MasterViews International - January 27, 2006
Digital image editing software allows resizing and major enlargement of digital images with no apparent quality loss. Details here. ... read more

Robin Good and Monica Loeb - MasterViews International - January 21, 2006

Open-source non-commercial template-based web presentation delivery system - if you can work with XHTML and CSS, and want to break out from the PowerPoint grip, S5 maybe a good road to go. Details. ... read more

Robin Good and Monica Loeb - MasterViews International - January 17, 2006

Learning music changes music. Learning about wine changes wine. Learning about Buddhism changes Buddhism. And learning Excel changes Excel. If we want passionate users, we might not have to change our products - we have to change how our users experience them. And that change does ... read more

Kathy Sierra - Passionate - January 14, 2006
Mitsubishi has announced the upcoming availability of a new breed of truly portable projection devices: portable projectors. At just one pound, this new palm-sized technology opens up a whole new universe of opportunities for future projectors new applications and use. While this new entry from Mitsubishi remains ... read more

Robin Good - MasterViews - January 9, 2006

Guy Kawasaki, PowerPoint 10-20-30 rule it's all over the blogosphere, and deservedly so... ... read more

Robin Good - MasterViews - January 5, 2006

A new online stock image library service offers for the first time great options for both small business buyers and to would-be pro-photographers wanting to sell their best digital photographs online. While traditional stock image libraries have a tradition of being very corporate, top-down, targeted at advertising ... read more

Robin Good - December 10, 2005
FilmLoop is an innovative new presentation and image-sharing tool which allows instant and real-time sharing of digital photos. With FilmLoop you can create a loop of photos moving on your desktop by simply dragging pictures from your hard disk and dropping them on to the loop strip. ... read more

Robin Good - November 25, 2005
Minsk-born Vitaly Friedman, tired of having to use the same old fonts or worst, having to pay for new, original ones, went on a week-long search to find free great alternative typefaces to use. He came up with a Top 20 list and promptly posted it ... read more

Chiara Moriconi - October 24, 2005
"From Bloggers wanting to transmit video onsite from an event, to families wishing to share special moments with distant members, to first-on-the-scene Citizen Reporters transmitting as a story happens, to workers in the field needing to use video to get their message across -- anyone can ... read more

Samc - Daily Wireless - October 6, 2005
The latest creative incentive the BBC is offering its own audiences to have them start participating more tangibly in the making of media is a video-editing competition in which participants get to remix selected BBC openly-licensed video footage. The competition is running now and will last throughout ... read more

Robin Good - September 10, 2005

As a budding video-maker I have been waiting for a while to see camcorders adopt new technologies that would allow them to do away with both tapes and other mechanical recording mechanisms. Why? I want maximum portability and image quality, and no matter how good you get with ... read more

Robin Good - August 27, 2005
Today I have some spent some time testing WebHuddle, a passionately homegrown open-source web conferencing and live presentation system available right now online. The brainchild of John McCaughey (of whom I publish a genuine conversation with me as I first explore his new tool - available at ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora - August 25, 2005

Vimeo is another online free video hosting and delivery service dedicated to short high-quality clips. Chris Pirillo mini-clip for TheWeblogProject Originally conceived by Jakob Lodwick, it was recently brought to life by him together with Zach Klein. On Vimeo you can upload just about any video format though not ... read more

Robin Good - June 28, 2005

To effectively deliver a PowerPoint presentation or screen recording on the Web, the traditional means of converting individual slides to GIF and JPG image files is not effective anymore. It is cumbersome, it takes time, it forces you into a fixed screen resolution, it pushes accepting compromises ... read more

Robin Good - June 20, 2005

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