The Extreme Presentation(tm) Method
Extremely effective communication of complex information
presentations on complex subjectどういうときにどんなグラフを使えばいいかが一発でわかるチャート - IDEA*IDEA ～ 百式管理人のライフハックブログ ～
Un editor de presentaciones bastante coolTwenty-Two Interesting Ways* to use your Pocket Video Camera in the Classroom - Google Docs
22 formas interesantes de usar tu video camara de bolsillo en el salon de clases.
Notas para camara de video - Google Docs
Absolutely love this wonderful presentation by Tom Barrett. Full of ideas for using a small video camera
Tom Barrett's uses of video in the classroom.Chart Chooser by Juice Analytics: Download Tufte-compliance Excel and PowerPoint charts
Through the ages a lot of interesting (and some obscure) programming languages have entertained and confused people. At JAOO Aarhus 2008 Guy L. Steele and
Through the ages a lot of interesting (and some obscure) programming languages have entertained and confused people. At JAOO Aarhus 2008 Guy L. Steele and Richard P. Gabriel gave a presentation about languages and language constructs in a presentation that is a work of art in itself.YourFonts - Generate Your Own Fonts Online
Make your very own fonts!
With YourFonts it's really simple to turn your printed characters into a font.John Resig - Talk: The DOM is a Mess
I gave a talk last week at Yahoo (at the request of the YUI team) all about the DOM. I outlined some of the reasons why the current situation is such a mess, outline some strategies for working around it, and then give some examples of real world code that's being implemented in libraries today.私が考えるプレゼンを良いものにする「6つの誓い」 - 中小企業診断士 和田伸午のおもしろビジネス放談
パターンを同じにするのは状況によるので一概にこうすると出来ない気がするEleven Interesting Ways to use Twitter in the Classroom - Google Docs
Twitter in the classroomEverything you know about ARGs is WRONG
millions of blog entries: that no one will read apart from five people
Ding! Correct! This, right here, is why I have never played an ARG. And why I would love to get paid to write one.
a hilarious, soul-searching talk by Dan Hon of ARG development company Six to Start at the Let's Change The Game conference held in December 2008.framework
particulas com efeitos 3D no flash
Flash。ベジェ。Elizabeth Gilbert on genius | Video on TED.com
For the thesis people out there, and to other entrepreneurs who needs to present things... >_<
Tufte gives presentation tips. cool
Useful pointers on giving presentations from Edward Tufte. Although I disagree on "always provide a handout," this list does appear to pre-date the days of easy DIY wikis and Google sites.
Some great tips for your next presentation. Ignore these at your peril: http://tinyurl.com/b9x2wuCreate Stunning Diagrams On The Web With LovelyCharts
online tool to create flow charts etc
Lovely Charts is an innovative web application allowing its users to create gorgeous diagrams (flowcharts, sitemaps, organisation charts, wireframes, …) of professional quality without requiring any drawing efforts or design skills.An Intensive Exploration Of jQuery With Ben Nadel (Video Presentation) : Kinky Solutions : A Student's Perspective by Ben Nadel
presentation on JQuery from the very basics on up
Feb 12, watched first 60 minパワーポイントより断然かっこいい『Impress!ve』が気に入った！ - IDEA*IDEA ～ 百式管理人のライフハックブログ ～
Pythonベースのスタイリッシュなプレゼンテーションツールです。KeyNoteまではいかないですが、パワーポイント以上のプレゼンができそうですよ。使い方も簡単です。Twitter for beginners (slideshow) | Online Journalism Blog
twitter for beginners
This is a slideshow for beginners to Twitter - a microblogging site.
Tutorial on twitterInfoQ: CouchDB and Me
In this talk from RubyFringe, Damien Katz explains what drove him to create CouchDB, why he chose Erlang and what made him decide to sell his house to work on Free Software.
Very inspiring.20 tips for better conference speaking ~ Authentic Boredom
Authentic BoredomBarry Schwartz on our loss of wisdom | Video on TED.com
Barry Schwartz makes a passionate call for “practical wisdom” as an antidote to a society gone mad with bureaucracy.
Apresentação de Barry Schwartz, no TED.Make Better Presentations - The Anatomy of a Good Speech | chrisbrogan.com
comparing a good presentation to
Tips on making a better presentation.
I’ve been thinking about the anatomy of presentations, and what we can do to improve how we’re doing what we do.How to Present While People are Twittering | Pistachio
Good advice and tips. Noticing this more and more that people are tweeting from phones during presentations. Wave of the very near future.
Thanks to Paul Stewart for this one via Twitter :)
Annotated link http://www.diigo.com/bookmark/http%3A%2F%2Fpistachioconsulting.com%2Ftwitter-presentations
How to manage back-channeling during workshops and conference presentations.
People used to whisper to each other or pass hand-scribbled notes during presentations. Now these notes are going digital on Twitter or via conference-provided chat rooms. Up until now, this back-channel has been mainly confined to the Internet industry and technology conferences. However, a survey of leadership conferences from Weber Shandwick shows that there is a significant increase in blogging and twittering at conferences. So the next time you present at a conference, instead of being confronted by a sea of faces looking at you, you may be phased by a sea of heads looking down at their laptops. The challenge is how to adapt to presenting with the back-channel.
Matt Jones talk at Webstock. Superb!
Fabulous slideshare presentation by Matt Jones about city magic drawing connections between urbanisation and digitalisation.
It's about technology and the city. Or if you'd like, the city as technology. The car changed the development of the city irreversibly in the 20th century. I'd claim that mobiles will do the same in the 21st.
hackers are building sensors, bots and software into everything around them bottom-up, fast, cheap and out-of-control. They're creating environments that react, adapt and respond to us - and perhaps more importantly - each other: The Demon-Haunted World. Matt's session will be a whistlestop tour of those days of future past and pointers to some practical futures we can start building right now, together.
Matt Jones on "city magic"
"Archigram thought of behaviour as the raw material they were building with". They also used the term "social software" in 1972... motherfuck the fringe is hard to mine for valuables! :0John Resig - Talk: Performance Improvements in Browsers
reads like The not so far Future of the Web. Great.DemoHelper info | Stefan's Tools
GOTO meeting drawing tool
Logiciel qui permet d'écrire "manuellement" sur son écran (lors d'une présentation par exemple).8 things I learnt about using twitter as a participation tool : Speaking about Presenting
Today, I presented a session remotely at the Presentation Camp at Stanford University, California. My session was on “How to engage your audience with Twitter” and I tried to do exactly that during my presentation.
Or "How to address an audience that's tweeting." This takes a very skilled presenter. Especially with all of the down heads.Presentation: Barack Obama's Internet Strategy - ReadWriteWeb
* リスティング広告はやがてパフォーマンスに限界が来る* アフィリエイト経由の売上構成比が高まると原価率を圧迫する* 専門メディアの価値が高まり、ECサイト自ら運営するケースも増えるInfoQ: Rockstar Memcaching
InfoQ: Rockstar Memcaching http://www.infoq.com/presentations/lutke-rockstar-memcaching performance presentation
About the conference RubyFringe is an avant-garde conference for developers that are excited about emerging Ruby projects and technologies. They're mounting a unique and eccentric gathering of the people and projects that are driving things forward in our community.
Memcached tutorial video from the RubyFringe conference.
Video of memcached best-practices
RubyFringe presentation on Memcached
tobias lutke rubyfringe talk about memcachedCraig Newmark's Keynote Unlocks the Secrets to Building a Community - ReadWriteWeb
John Resig: "The DOM Is a Mess"Ajaxian » Designing Web Interfaces with Bill Scott and Theresa Neil
"Getting up on stage and speaking is a difficult and demanding thing to do. It’s natural to be nervous and for that nervousness to show. It’s also hard to know how what you are doing up there on stage is perceived by the audience."
Tips for presenters form a conference photographer. Good advice.
Some advice for speakers
Thoughts from a conference photographer on speaking... (as he photographed speakers)27 Things To Do Before a Conference | chrisbrogan.com
meet people connect network
No conferences in my future, but would love to go to PRSA in the fall
.Seth's Blog: The two elements of a great presenter
Seth Godin's BlogOPEN Forum by American Express OPEN | The Art of the Tutorial
tutorial works great for any company to explain any product or service. Think about all the crappy, long-winded, take-forever-to-load, seemingly-last-forever start videos you’ve seen a
The Art of the Tutorial
Examples of effective video product descriptions.Real World Django
more application frameworks need a page like this. how to make it go. - added by harper reed's google reader
Really good talk summarizing Django best practices.これぞ完璧企画書――「1枚企画書」パターン実例3題
本連載では、竹島愼一郎氏が提唱するインパクト抜群の「1枚企画書」をPowerPointで作る手順を全5回で紹介します。社会人になったらWordやExcelだけでなくPowerPointも使いこなせなくては、社内や取引先でのプレゼンに勝ち抜けません。しかし、ただ単に企画書をPowerPointで再現しただけでは、印象に残るプレゼンにはほど遠く、居眠りを誘う会議になってしまうことでしょう。 「1枚企画書」の最終回として、本書が出版に至った企画書の実例を含む、「プレゼン力の高い企画書」を3種類ご紹介します。実際の成功事例を踏まえてPowerPointをフル活用すれば、皆さんの仕事もきっと成功に近づくはずです。Design Fast Websites
don't blame the rounded corners! Yahoo! F2E Summit 2008SlideMagnet.com
"SlideMagnet is all about slides. Our mantra: be generous. We are here to help you thrive and succeed with your next presentation. That’s our purpose, that’s our mission, and that’s why we exist."
advice on good presentations
How to make effective presentationsEasy AI with Python (#115) - PyCon 2009 - Chicago - A Conference for the Python Community
Survey several basic AI techniques implemented with short, open-source Python code recipes. Appropriate for educators and programmers who want to experiment with AI and apply the recipes to their own problem domains. For each technique, learn the basic operating principle, discuss an approach using Python, and review a worked out-example. We'll cover database mining using neural nets, automated categorization with a naive Bayesian classifier, solving popular puzzles with depth-first and breath-first searches, solving more complex puzzles with constraint propagation, and playing a popular game using a probing search strategy.
Probably the most beautiful code I have ever seen. Lovely algorithms in elegant style. "Survey several basic AI techniques implemented with short, open-source Python code recipes. Appropriate for educators and programmers who want to experiment with AI and apply the recipes to their own problem domains. For each technique, learn the basic operating principle, discuss an approach using Python, and review a worked out-example. We'll cover database mining using neural nets, automated categorization with a naive Bayesian classifier, solving popular puzzles with depth-first and breath-first searches, solving more complex puzzles with constraint propagation, and playing a popular game using a probing search strategy."
Some AI examples made in Python. Discusses the AI techniques and the code.Apple - QuickTime - iPhone OS 3.0 Preview Presentation
New software for iPhone and iPod Touch presentedプレゼンテーションのデザインパターン - Keep Crazy;shi3zの日記
プレゼンテーションのデザインパターンGoogle Code Blog: Steve Souders: Life's Too Short, Write Fast Code (part 2)
Performance Video9 great UX presentations to help you build better website | KomunitasWeb
construcción de paginas web para users
videos de socialmediaTechy Tips for not so techy teachers - Google Docs
เหมือนจะน่าสนใจ เก็บไว้ก่อนSeth's Blog: The hierarchy of presentations
Share with students (and administrators and teachers....)
A presentation is a precious opportunity. It's a powerful arrangement... one speaker, an attentive audience, all in their seats, all paying attention (at least at first). Don't waste it. The purpose of a presentation is to change minds. That's the only reason I can think of to spend the time and resources. If your goal isn't to change minds, perhaps you should consider a different approach.15 Interesting online presentations for web developers
Various Web Developmentbackchan.nl -- Conferences
Google jockeying on the back channel.
backchan.nl is tool for involving audiences in presentations by letting them suggest questions and vote on each other's questions. backchan.nl is intended for conference or event organizers who want a new way to solicit questions from the audience and make better use of question and answer time.
backchan.nl is a tool for involving audiences in presentations by letting them suggest questions and vote on each other's questions. backchan.nl is intended for conference or event organizers who want a new way to solicit questions from the audience and make better use of question and answer time.
Can ask questions and get feedback during your presentationCareer Advice: Boring Within or Simply Boring? - Inside Higher Ed
In the age of computer-based learning, lecturing gets treated like Model-T Ford. Don’t be deceived; lecturing remains a staple of the academy and it’s likely to remain so for quite some time. University class sizes have swelled in the wake of budget cuts that have delayed (or canceled) faculty searches. A recent study of eleven Ohio four-year colleges reveals that 25 percent of introductory classes have more than 120 students and only a shortage of teaching assistants has kept the percentage that low. At the University of Massachusetts, 12 percent of all classes have enrollments of over 50 and lectures of over 200 are quite common. As long as universities operate on the assembly-line model, lecturing will remain integral to the educational process.
"The most common reason for bad lecturing isn’t phobia; it’s that professors don’t value the craft enough to hone their skills. Use such individuals as negative role models. Think of the most boring lecturer you’ve ever encountered. Do the opposite! Bad lecturers violate nearly every rule of good communication. They never vary voice timbre or pitch. They either stare at their notes or ignore them altogether and ramble onto whatever topic comes to mind. They never make eye contact with their audience or use visual aids and handouts. Everything comes out at the same speed, and they never, ever show the slightest bit of life when discussing the very subject that supposedly excites them. Check for a pulse; if you can stay awake! Step one to improving your lecture skills is to purge yourself of bad communication habits, but the rest of lecturing is a formula. Mix with enthusiasm and repeat the following ..."
Advice on lecturinggist: 67060 - GitHub
We “finished” and the launch came and went. We were not making as much money as we thought we would. We weren’t even getting as many signups as we anticipated. People demanded grandiose features we didn’t have the time to implement. Our cash reserves were running low and we soon needed to return to consulting. Which was always part of the plan, but I had hoped we’d be optimistic about FamSpam’s future when that time came. We were not.
keynote from Startup Riot 2009, about how to become successful - do what you want!
Text of Chris Wanstrath's from Github's keynote at Startup Riot 2009
the most amazing features imaginable would make us money. We had no data available on whether building features specifically to make money would work.
startupriot.textileRoxio PhotoShow - Turn your Photos into a Music Slideshow
site cu super poze
site cu poze
permite crearea de felicitari virtuale
fun and free
Looking for the perfect gift? Turn your PhotoShow into a treasured keepsake: a personalized DVD that can be enjoyed again and again for years to come!
poze si text interactiv, muzica
slide pentru creeare povesti cu fotografii ce ruleaza ca video
Looking for the perfect gift? Turn your PhotoShow into a treasured keepsake: a personalized DVD that can be enjoyed again and again for years to come!.Presentation Zen: Making presentations in the TED style
Making presentations in the TED styleMaster of 500 Hats: How to Pitch a VC (aka Startup Viagra: How to Give a VC a Hard-On)
Great video & slides from Davie McClure's talk at 'Presentation Camp SF' -simple private real-time sharing and collaboration by drop.io
Wow, I have to say this looks really cool.
simple private real-time sharing and collaboration by drop.io
The key to present.io is simplicity. First you make a “drop,” which is drop.io’s term for storage space, and add any required media in two clicks. You get a unique URL for your drop to share it with your participants. Then you activate a presentation, and everyone viewing your drop will be able to access your presentation. Everything the admin of the presentation does is seen in real time by the participants. Open a picture, video or a document, everyone sees it. Participants can also see your cursor as you click through options. Like any web conferencing presentation software, participants cannot click on and affect your presentation, since it is not a collaborative space. Present.io works well with document presentation, and you can open the document into full-screen mode for more detailed viewing. Audio and video presentations work in the same way. You can also open up a chat window at any time for real-time text chat..Rail Spikes: 10 Cool Things in Rails 2.3
Presentations are important. They are a gifted opportunity, given to you by someone who hopes that you will educate and equip (and entertain!) the people who have gathered to participate. As such, I treat them as important opportunities, and I invite you to do the same, should you find yourself invited to speak in some form or another with people. I want you to succeed. It’s my hope that some of what I share with you is useful, that you can pick it up, that you can take some of what I come up with here and run with it yourselves. I call this “giving your ideas handles.” We’ll do three things with this post: talk about the audience, share with you my most concise advice about presenting, and give you some further resources.
a good post to read to get into the mindset of giving a presentation.Make Your Design Work Look Awesome with a Product Mockup - Psdtuts+
web-based timeline software for creating and sharing history and project planning10 Powerpoint Tips for Preparing a Professional Presentation
Handy, but not all that novel.
Consejos para hacer mejores presentaciones en Powerpoint
A tutorial for preparing Powerpoint presentations. What to do and what not to do.
Presentations - whether they are made with Powerpoint or other applications, are a great way to support a speech, visualize complicated concepts or focusほんのすこし書き方に注意すれば、あなたのドキュメントはさらに分かりやすくなる！：企業IT部門の変革を支援するエンタープライズ実践情報サイト EnterpriseZine
ほんのすこし書き方に注意すれば、あなたのドキュメントはさらに分かりやすくなる！Use Twitter in PowerPoint | Poll Everywhere
Your audience is tweeting - How do you draw them into your presentation? By asking for their opinion, and displaying their tweets directly in your slides. With Poll Everywhere, you can invite people to tweet a short comment directly to your slide in real-time, while still blocking inappropriate or off-topic tweets. You can also ask multiple choice questions and watch a graph evolve as people vote.
How do you draw them into your presentation? By asking for their opinion, and displaying their tweets directly in your slides. With Poll Everywhere, you can invite people to tweet a short comment directly to your slide in real-time, while still blocking inappropriate or off-topic tweetsFlickr Photo Download: Preview: The Twitterverse v0.9 by @BrianSolis & @Jess3
Twitter und verwandte Applikationen in Relation
See also: http://www.micropersuasion.com/2009/06/what-is-the-the-future-of-twitter-only-you-know.htmlHow One Teacher Uses Twitter in the Classroom
Twitter would make an ideal backchannel discussion technology.How to Give a Great Talk
While I'm preparing, I try to extract the main takeaways -- that is, the most important points of my talk, the points I most want the audience to remember. Those points will form the talk's skeleton. By not using notes, you force yourself to understand your takeaways very clearly. The reason you have to be so clear on them is that if you don't know what they are, your talk will have no structure, and you'll have a hard time remembering it when you do it live.Straight from Google: What You Need to Know
Matt Cutts blog
I just gave a talk at WordCamp San Francisco 2009. Thanks to Matt Mullenweg and the Automattic folks for a great time! I think there will be a video up soon, but if you want to browse the slides in the mean time, here they are: You can also download the talk in PowerPoint format.
WhatYouNeedtoKnowCouchDB: Perform like a pr0n star
Check out this SlideShare Presentation : CouchDB: Perform like a pr0n star http://tinyurl.com/cukfou [from http://twitter.com/josefrichter/statuses/1588959474]Adobe Labs - Acrobat.com Presentations
* Easily create your own professional presentations online, using built-in tools and layouts. * Simplify working with others on presentations. Create, revise, and collaborate on the same presentation at the same time -- all online. No need to e-mail attachments back and forth or track down who has the latest version. * Meet your deadline with ease. With simultaneous editing, no one is locked out of the presentation while others make changes. * Access your presentations from anywhere. Your presentation is always available online so you can do last minute tweaks, present it from wherever you are, or deliver it offline by exporting to Adobe PDF.Google Wave Obliterates Everything
mustScalable Web Architectures: Common Patterns and Approaches - Web 2.0 Expo NYC
Has good business areas Twitter can address
rules of twitpitching
Slideshare presentationGoogle I/O - The Myth of the Genius Programmer
This is a 20-minute talk I gave at the Web2.0 Expo in San Francisco a couple weeks ago. In it, I describe two trends: how we're shifting as a culture from consumers to participants, and how technology has enabled massive amounts of data to be recorded, stored, and analyzed. Putting those things together has resulted in some fascinating innovations that echo data visualization work that's been happening for centuries.
highlighting the shifts in design techniques for streams rather than a drop of data.
Jeff Veen: "This is a 20-minute talk I gave at the Web2.0 Expo in San Francisco a couple weeks ago. In it, I describe two trends: how we're shifting as a culture from consumers to participants, and how technology has enabled massive amounts of data to be recorded, stored, and analyzed. Putting those things together has resulted in some fascinating innovations that echo data visualization work that's been happening for centuries."
I describe two trends: how we're shifting as a culture from consumers to participants, and how technology has enabled massive amounts of data to be recorded, stored, and analyzed. Putting those things together has resulted in some fascinating innovations that echo data visualization work that's been happening for centuries.
Why 1974 was the seminal year for Web 2.0YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.
Presents the big ideas in Clojure, a new dialect of Lisp. Assumes basic knowledge of Java but not Lisp.パワーポイントで作る企画書のデザインを美しくみせるための7つのポイント - ハックルベリーに会いに行く
1、2、3、5だけでもやってあるとだいぶ違うbraindump: NOSQL debrief
braindump: NOSQL debrief
First ever meeting of the NoSQL community. Lists all the presentations that were given.Walls Come Tumbling Down presentation slides and transcript | For A Beautiful Web
Walls Come Tumbling Down presentation slides and transcript It’s been one helluva busy, tiring but inspiring week, traveling first to speak at An Event Apart Boston, then, with Jeremy Keith and Jason Santa Maria onto London for @media2009. At both events, I presented Walls Come Tumbling Down. Here are the presentation slides and transcript
It’s been one helluva busy, tiring but inspiring week, traveling first to speak at An Event Apart Boston, then, with Jeremy Keith and Jason Santa Maria onto London for @media2009. At both events, I presented Walls Come Tumbling Down.
alpha-transparent PNG images are perfect when you're designing in a browser, particularly when you are experimenting with different color options.
"It's time to stop showing clients static design visuals" Damn right. All my personal projects have been designed along with the backend code, and they're of variable prettiness, but at least they work. I'm finding the more traditional model much, much harder to deal with these days.
designing in the browser? AMEN. Too right. About time that the outdated workflow detailed herein changes. It's old, it DOESN'T WORK, and it needs to be replaced.
For A Beautiful Web is a series of web design master class training workshops covering topics including visual design for the web, best-practice XHTML mark-up and CSS, Microformats and practical web accessibility design and techniques.10 Places To Get Cool Media Clips For PowerPoint Presentations
Whether you are on your first presentation or on your umpteenth, it’s always better to be prepared with the right resources to back up your ideas for the PowerPoint slides. So here’s looking at 10 websites for free supplies of media clips for PowerPoint.
10 Places To Get Cool Media Clips For PowerPoint Presentations25 Incredible TED Talks for Educators - Learn-gasm
good links to other education sitesMax Design - standards based web design, development and training » CSS cascade - a simple step-by-step presentation
Here is a presentation I gave on the CSS cascade at a company training session recently. A simple ste-by-step tutorial on the CSS cascade - for web designers and developers who are new to CSS or have struggled with the Cascade.
Max Design - standards based web design, development and trainingTop 10 Social Media Presentations | Digital Buzz Blog
There would be 100+ Social Media Presentations on SlideShare but this is just about the Top 10 Presentations you’d actually want to spend the time reading! Some of the social media presentations loose their punch with out the speaker actually talking you through it, but I’m sure you’ll all find every side valuable. Note: Some are a little basic while others are much more advanced so there is something for everyone here!
I’m addicted to slideshare and after reading a bunch of re-tweets about the Top 10 Social Media Presentations I thought it might be useful to post them on Digital Buzz! There would be 100+ Social Media Presentations on SlideShare but this is just about the Top 10 Presentations you’d actually want to spend the time reading!Seth's Blog: How to make graphs that work
it's the third one, you can probably dispense with the graph altogether. And the fourth isn't really a presentation, it's a working session. Which means you're trying to light a fire, make a point, highlight a trend, cause action to be taken. Your gra
How to make graphs that work
Good results should go up on the Y axis. This means that if you're charting weight loss, don't chart "how much I weigh" because good results would go down. Instead, chart "percentage of goal" or "how much I lost."
good article about graphsCase Study: The Barack Obama Strategy
The Barack Obama StrategyTechy Tips for not so techy teachers
A talk given at OSCON 2009 on July 21st, 2009.
This tutorial examines how best to cope when the Real World intrudes on your carefully designed website.
There’s plenty of material (documentation, blogs, books) out there that’ll help you write a site using Django… but then what? You’ve still got to test, deploy, monitor, and tune the site; failure at deployment time means all your beautiful code is for naught. This tutorial examines how best to cope when the Real World intrudes on your carefully designed website.Seth's Blog: This is broken
Retweeting @TEDchris: I saw Seth Godin give the GEL talk just posted on his blog "This is broken". Funny, insightful. http://is.gd/tDwb [from http://twitter.com/nextyunus/statuses/1573958589]
This is broken /Seth's Blog/ - I did this talk about three years ago. I have to admit that very little in ... http://tinyurl.com/clhjvp [from http://twitter.com/jorgefsb/statuses/1573738938]
Define broken, categorize broken, and note that some things are broken on purpose as a filtering system.Icons for Interaction / journal / hicksdesign
Great presentation from Jon Hicks on icon design in UX.
Presentation on the design and use of icons.
Nice PDF with a lot of tips.World Science Festival 2009: Bobby McFerrin Demonstrates the Power of the Pentatonic Scale on Vimeo
"Bobby McFerrin demonstrates the power of the pentatonic scale, using audience participation, at the event "Notes & Neurons: In Search of the Common Chorus", from the 2009 World Science Festival, June 12, 2009."
Using the audience at the event "Notes & Neurons: In Search of the Common Chorus".Presentation Zen: Who says technical presentations can't be engaging?
interesting, useful tips on presenting
Sharing: Who says technical presentations can't be engaging?: People often ask if technical or scien.. http://tinyurl.com/my7trw [from http://twitter.com/mfubib/statuses/2450508055]
People often ask if technical or science-related presentations can be as compelling as presentations covering other less technical topics.
"Failure to spend the [presentation] time wisely and well, failure to educate, entertain, elucidate, enlighten, and most important of all, failure to maintain attention and interest should be punishable by stoning. There is no excuse for tedium."What the F**k Is Social Media? Here’s an Answer
que es social media, un año despues... buenos consejos para posicionar tu producto.
Presentation on Social Media
A great primer on why social media is essential.s
The next time you need to explain the benefits of social media to someone, just send them this post and make sure they flip through the entire presentation.
What the F**k is social media? This presentation provides some answers.TED | Translations | Talks in Portuguese (Brazil)
ted palestras videos portuguese informação technology inspiration
As palestras desta página foram traduzidas por voluntários que fazem parte de um Projeto de Tradução Aberta da TED. A sua contribuição generosa nos ajudou a difundir idéias a nível global, através de uma seleção de palestras que está sempre recebendo adições. Você não vê a sua palestra favorita aqui? Você pode traduzí-la para nós!
ue fazem parte de um Projeto de Tradução Aberta da TED. A sua contribPresentation Zen: 11 ways to use images poorly in slides
<div><p style="color:#111111;font-family:Arial"><a href="http://www.presentationzen.com/.a/6a00d83451b64669e20120a51b6d8a970c-popup" style="float:right"><img alt="Slides" src="http://www.presentationzen.com/.a/6a00d83451b64669e20120a51b6d8a970c-200wi" style="margin:0px 0px 5px 5px;width:200px"></a> As digital cameras have become ubiquitous, and cheap (or free) photo websites plentiful, more people than ever are using images in presentations. Images are not appropriate for every kind of talk, but even when images are appropriate (such as keynote/ballroom style presentations), people are still making the same common mistakes. So here are some things to keep in mind if you use images in your next talk. <em>(Get a larger version of the "slides" image <a href="http://garr.posterous.com/warning-slides-this-should-be-posted-outside">here.</a>)</em><br><br><strong><span style="color:#111111;font-family:Arial">Case study: a single slide</span></strong><br>Let's imagine you are preparing a prese
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Examples of how photographs are poorly used in PowerPoint presentations. Students do #6 and #7 the most and it is one of my biggest pet peeves!Twenty-Five Interesting Ways to use Twitter in the Classroom
I've been doodling a lot lately (see, for example, the whiteboard illustrations I turned into a slide deck for a presentation this Wednesday) and thought it would be fun to share a set of infographics - some humorous, some serious - about the field of search engine optimization. If you're uninspired by these...
#1 - Pie Chart of SEO Time Expenditure #2 - Hat Color vs. Value Scatterplot of SEO Tactics #3 - Flowchart of SEO-Friendliness #4 - Venn Diagram of Internet Marketing ProfessionsPresentation Zen: 10 Tips on how to think like a designer
Most people do not really think about design and designers, let alone think of themselves as designers. But what, if anything, can regular people — teachers, students, business people of all types — learn from designers and from thinking like a designer? And what of more specialized professions? Can medical doctors, scientists, researchers, and engineers, and other specialists in technical fields benefit in anyway by learning how a graphic designer or interaction designer thinks? Is there something designers, either through their training or experience, know that we don't? I believe there is.
Can medical doctors, scientists, researchers, and engineers, and other specialists in technical fields benefit in anyway by learning how a graphic designer or interaction designer thinks? Is there something designers, either through their training or experience, know that we don't? I believe there is.
Most people do not really think about design and designers, let alone think of themselves as designers. But what, if anything, can regular people — teachers, students, business people of all types — learn from designers and from thinking like a designer? And what of more specialized professions? Can medical doctors, scientists, researchers, and engineers, and other specialists in technical fields benefit in anyway by learning how a graphic designer or interaction designer thinks? Is there something designers, either through their training or experience, know that we don't? Garr Reynolds believes there is.
Below are 10 things (plus a bonus tip) that I have learned over the years from designers, things that designers do or know that the rest of us can benefit from.Presentations, Keynotes, and Interviews with 37signals
Presentations, Keynotes, and Interviews with 37signalsEssay: Dumb-dumb bullets - July 2009 - Armed Forces Journal - Military Strategy, Global Defense Strategy
Why PowerPoint kills decision making
As a decision-making aid, PowerPoint is a poor tool
Sub-hed: "As a decision-making aid, PowerPoint is a poor tool"
"Unfortunately, by using PowerPoint inappropriately, we have created a thought process centered on bullets and complex charts. This has a number of impacts. First, it reduces clarity since a bullet is essentially an outline for a sentence and a series of bullets outline a paragraph. They fail to provide the details essential to understanding the ideas being expressed. While this helps immensely with compromise, since the readers can create their own narrative paragraphs from the bullets, it creates problems when people discover what they agreed to is not what they thought they had agreed to. Worse, it creates a belief that complex issues can, and should, be reduced to bullets. It has reached the point where some decision-makers actually refuse to read a two-page briefing paper and instead insist PowerPoint be used."
As a decision-making aid, PowerPoint is a poor tool By T. X. Hammeshttp://www.slideshare.net/slides2407/drunkenomics-the-story-of-bar-stool-economics
Great slide show on drinking and economics.
This is short, funny and nice story about taxes and tax cuts. We are sure you'll find it interesting and would appreciate your vote for the presentation. FYI.... THIS PRESENTATION WAS CONCEIVED, DESIGNED AND DEVELOPED IN ABOUT 27 HOURS. That story of how we managed it is coming up shortly as a separate presentationScreenr - Create screencasts and screen recordings the easy way
IBM research about presentation of graphs with colorBBC NEWS | UK | Magazine | The problem with PowerPoint
Ok, the evils of powerpoint are getting attention in the news. But why does Delicious recommend that I tag this "humour"?
good advice for powerpoint presentationsBBC NEWS | Magazine | The problem with PowerPoint
25 years of PowerPoint. But does it really help us create better presentations?
Useful for teaching presentation skills
An article from the BBC Web site magazine with useful tips on avoiding common problems with PowerPoint (written to celebrate 25 years of PowerPoint)Eye Candy IS A Critical Business Requirement
Visual design is more than styling. It is function.
Importance of aesthetics60 Beautiful Logo Designs For Design Inspiration | Inspiration | instantShift
instantShiftDan Pink on the surprising science of motivation | Video on TED.com
Career analyst Dan Pink examines the puzzle of motivation, starting with a fact that social scientists know but most managers don't: Traditional rewards aren't always as effective as we think. Listen for illuminating stories -- and maybe, a way forward.Note & Point
A gallery devoted to making your Keynote and Powerpoint presentations look that much betterPresentation Zen: 7 Japanese aesthetic principles to change your thinking
Kanso - Simplicity or elimination of clutter. Enso Fukinsei - Asymmetry or irregularity. Shibui - Beautiful by being understated, or by being precisely what it was meant to be and not elaborated upon. Shizen - Naturalness. Absence of pretense or artificiality. Yugen - Suggestion, rather than revelation. Datsuzoku - Freedom from habit or formula. Seijaku - Tranquility. An energized calm, stillness, solitude.Stunningly Awful Demos: Five Things Not To Do in a Demo : The World : Idea Hub :: American Express OPEN Forum
Stunningly Awful Demos: Five Things Not To Do in a Demonull - Fullscreen
We write papers and have talks mainly to impress others, gain respect, and get promoted.
How to write a research paper
Simon Peyton Jones, Microsoft Research, CambridgeEffective A/B Testing
Ben Tilly presentation on A/B Testing. From start to extracting conclusions.
Enough samples is at least 10 yes and no results in each test
(via <a href="http://simonwillison.net/2009/Sep/13/effective/">Simon Willison</a>)
By Ben Tilly.Develop a Social Media Strategy in 7 Steps | Social Media Marketing | Social Media Consulting - Convince & Convert
Boils down to: Tell a story & don't just read bullet points out loudSeth's Blog: The modern talking pad
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"I've been having great success with a hybrid of the yellow legal pad and a printed presentation from Keynote (or Powerpoint). I use it during small meetings where more interactivity is useful, and where the group is too small for a laptop to be the best way to present slides (I think running a presentation says, "I talk, you listen...")"
Thinking of my almost unused Muji Chronotebook..
I love how Seth's brain works... while so many people are thinking of how complicated and hi tech they need to become in order to make points and get through to people, Seth works in the opposite direction in order to simplify things and challenge the status quo. I never would have thought of this had he not posted it.
That's a good idea! A new way to do presentationsdjangocon / Slides
I'm into Tony now.
Great presentation about brand values, customer service, and motivation. Audio is available too in a link provided in the comments sectionEngineering Code: Time Management
Viszonylag hosszú, de remek videó sok-sok GTD tippel.
"The talk on Time management, however, is a more pragmatic talk and talks about techniques to manage time better. Again, the underlying principle in Randy’s talk is to maximize life and fun. "Google’s Matt Cutts Video Presentation On SEO
I have seen Matt Cutts of Google speak dozens of times, I have seen dozens of videos of SEO tips from Matt, I have read hundreds of blog posts from Matt - but
I have seen Matt Cutts of Google speak dozens of times, I have seen dozens of videos of SEO tips from Matt, I have read hundreds of blog posts from Matt - but nothing compares to his presentation given at WordCamp. Lucky, the presentation was recorded and is available for everyone to watch.Carsonified » 9 Ways to Take Your Site from One to One Million Users
In this video from The Future of Web Apps London (FOWA), Kevin Rose, founder of Digg, WeFollow and Revision3, shares 9 things he did to increase his users to 1,000,000 and beyond.
by Kevin RoseDeciphering Glyph: An Unboxing You Won't See On Gizmodo or Engadget
apple job offer
The Offer, from Apple
Really cool to see that Apple doesn't stop its branding at culture at product packaging: it even extends to job offers.Graphic Design: The Forgotten Web Standard
A talk I gave at the 'Future of Web Design' conference on 30th April 2009.FREE PowerPoint Twitter Tools | SAP Web 2.0
FREE PowerPoint Twitter Tools A beta version of PowerPoint Twitter Tools is now available for testing. Based on SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius technology, the twitter tools allow PowerPoint presenters to see and react to tweets in real-time, embedded directly within their presentations, either as a ticker or refreshable comment page. There are currently three tools — but come back soon, this is changing fast! * PowerPoint Twitter ticker bar * PowerPoint Twitter feedback slide * PowerPoint Twitter voting
A beta version of PowerPoint Twitter Tools is now available for testing. Based on SAP BusinessObjects Xcelsius technology, the twitter tools allow PowerPoint presenters to see and react to tweets in real-time, embedded directly within their presentations, either as a ticker or refreshable comment page. There are currently three tools — but come back soon, this is changing fast!Startups 101: The Complete Mint Presentation
Last night I posted the video of Mint CEO Aaron Patzer’s 45 minute presentation on building startups from the ground up. If you are an aspiring startup entrepreneur, you’ll want to watch that more than a few times. The candid disclosures and advice he gives is rarely seen in Silicon Valley. Some readers requested to see the presentation deck as well, so here it is. Patzer shows how he raised and spent money, and generated revenue, throughout the lifecycle of Mint, from the very beginning to the $170 million acquisition. He also showed historical slides from early presentations to investors and compares those to the actual results.
Startups 101: The Complete Mint Presentation
Last night I posted the video of Mint CEO Aaron Patzer's 45 minute presentation on building startups from the ground up. If you ...High Scalability - High Scalability - 10 Ways to Take your Site from One to One Million Users by Kevin Rose
Entrepreneurship video. Presentation by Digg founder, Kevin Rose on how to take your site from one to one million. Interesting strategies to attract traffic to youu websiteInfoQ: Persistent Data Structures and Managed References
Persistent Data Structures and Managed References
good overview of concurrent data structures, refs and STM in Clojure
Rich Hickey is my new favourite presenter. The bloke is awesome (well except for the mullet you can see in this video)! In this video he discusses time as it relates to variable state, briefly applying it to clojure. What makes it great is his practical focus and his use of a really simple example to get across the point.WebSlide : Project : Paul Armstrong Designs
Great presentation about good SQL practice.
interesting but it's a slideshow rather than an articleCulture
Reference Guide on ourFreedom & Responsibility Culture <br />These slides are meant for reading,<br />rather than pr
What we find particularly intriguing is the section on hiring and firing. They want every manager to ask themselves: “Which of my people, if they told me they were leaving in two months for a similar job at a peer company, would I fight hard to keep at Netflix?” Anybody who doesn’t make that list should be offered a severance package right now so we can open a slot to find a star performer for that role. Another highlight: Netflix has no vacation policy! They don’t have a “rule” about 9 – 5 work - their rule is simpler: get your job done, and do it well. They realized if they didn’t track the hours employees worked, why would they track the hours they DON’T work? There is also no policy on clothing, but as of yet, no one has come to work naked (Patty McCord, 2004). The lesson: You don’t need detailed policies for everything. Here’s the part where they devalue training (you should probably stop reading here. . .)
This makes me want to work for Netfilx. No, wait. It makes me want to built the same values into meta4 so I never have to leave.How Speakers Should Integrate Social Into Their Presentation « Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Social Media, Web Marketing
Whether you're a professional speaker, company representative, or panelist at a conference, you must develop a social strategy during your speaking. The Audience Continues To Gain Power Over Speakers A few years ago, the first major eruption
via Corbin Ball
Present socially! 1. Prepare more; know your audience; monitor the backchannel (with help); interact with audience; use technology to converse mid-speakingHow to Give a Lousy Presentation - BusinessWeek
Fifteen ways to make a bad impressionRands In Repose: Keynote Kung-fu Two
Workflow for creating presentations
You’ve taken some hits. Being taken apart by the execs because they could smell you weren’t prepared. The slide deck you loved that the audience ignored. That guy… snoring. In the front row. However, you’ve also hit it out of the park. The unexpected standing ovation. That seven-slide deck that turned into an hour of ad-libbed brilliance. The moment you know you’ve deeply connected with your audience. Admit it, you’ve got some presentation-fu.A people's history of the internet: from Arpanet in 1969 to today | Technology | guardian.co.uk
500 Internal Server ErrorA Teacher's Guide To Web 2.0 at School
Several presentations on Slideshare including one by Diig. And Sacha Chua writing on slides w inkscapeBits of Evidence
What we actually know about software development, and why we believe it’s true.
Several useful statistics on what drives programmer performance and causes software projects to fail.Real-Time Web Protocol PubSubHubbub Explained
Real-Time Web Protocol PubSubHubbub Explained http://ff.im/-8TvlK [from http://twitter.com/kenmat/statuses/4462891327]
Mer om realtidswebben och pubsubhubbub-protokollet.Tap Into The World Of Comics
presentation on how to use comics in the classroom
20 uses for comics in the classroom
Twenty ways to use comics in your classroom
Using comics in the classroom.New evidence that bullet-points don’t work : Speaking about Presenting
development then? (Tony whispers) Oh, I see. He's not very good at magic either – his repertoire is extremely limited. Basically he's a one trick pony.
A few reasons why writing software is hardUncovering Steve Jobs' Presentation Secrets - BusinessWeek
For his new book, communications coach Carmine Gallo watched hours of Jobs' keynotes. Here he identifies the five elements of every presentation by the Apple CEORails Best Practices
把握Under the Covers of the Google App Engine Datastore (2008 Google I/O Session Videos and Slides)
Presentation on how googleapps datastore implements filtering and sorting on top of bigtable. Basically, all queries are translated to bigtable prefix scans or range scans, without needing any in-memory postprocessing, all rows returned from the scan are relevant to, and in order, for the query. There's a built-in 'single property index' (or two actually: one asc and one desc) which can obviously be used for single-property searches, but also for queries consisting of only equals clauses, by doing multiple range scans and taking the intersection (not sure at which level this happens). More complex queries need specific pre-defined indexes. Index tables only have keys, no columns with values. Indexes are updated synchronously, so everything stays consistent (at the cost of contention problems?). Some mention of string-byte considerations when doing range queries. No fulltext queries. Ends with some talk on transactions.apophenia: spectacle at Web2.0 Expo... from my perspective
spectacle at Web2.0 Expo... from my perspective
Backchannel gone bad
But in return, please come with some respect. Please treat me like a person, not an object. Come to talk with me, not about me. I'm ready and willing to listen, but I need you to be as well.High Performance Web Design ~デザインから考えるハイパフォーマンスWebサイト~ | warikiru
HTML高速化まとめIDEO Labs » Keynote Tweet: Participate in the backchannel of your own presentation
Tweets from keynote for public presentation
"Enter Keynote Tweet, a simple open-source script that provides the capacity to participate in the backchannel by combining Twitter with Apple Keynote. All you have to do is add text wrapped in [twitter] and [/twitter] tags in the presenter notes section of a slide. When that slide comes up in the presentation the script grabs that text and sends it to Twitter on your behalf."YjWta.jpg (JPEG Image, 1024x767 pixels)
Pick the right chart based on what you are trying to convey.
Chart Suggestions - A Thought Starter
Chart Suggestions - A Thought-Starter. What would you like to showColin Powell's Leadership Presentation
未来に先回りして点と点を繋げて見ることはできない、君たちにできるのは過去を振り返って繋げることだけなんだ。だからこそバラバラの点であっても将来それが何らかのかたちで必ず繋がっていくと信じなくてはならない。自分の根性、運命、人生、カルマ…何でもいい、とにかく信じること。点と点が自分の歩んでいく道の途上のどこかで必ずひとつに繋がっていく、そう信じることで君たちは確信を持って己の心の赴くまま生きていくことができる。結果、人と違う道を行くことになってもそれは同じ。信じることで全てのことは、間違いなく変わるんです.... 皆さんも自分がやって好きなことを見つけなきゃいけない。それは仕事も恋愛も根本は同じで、君たちもこれから仕事が人生の大きなパートを占めていくだろうけど自分が本当に心の底から満足を得たいなら進む道はただ一つ、自分が素晴しいと信じる仕事をやる、それしかない。そして素晴らしい仕事をしたいと思うなら進むべき道はただ一つ、好きなことを仕事にすることなんですね。まだ見つかってないなら探し続ければいい。落ち着いてしまっちゃ駄目.... ほかの誰もが『そんなcrazyなことはできない』と思うアイデアであれば、競争相手はほとんどいないということ 自信を持て。頻繁に失敗しろ。不可能に対して健全な疑念を持て。君たちにはエンジニアリング、テクノロジー、ビジネスの能力を活用して世界を変える大いなるチャンスがある。重要なことをしろ。楽しめ。さもなければ成功は望めない。旅をしろ。中国・アフリカ・インドがお薦めだ。そこには驚くべきことが沢山あるDemystifying Interaction Design - Bokardo
I ask [clients]: “What do people have to do in order for you to be successful?”. Simple question. Now, the answer might be that people need to click on ads or install software or create/save social objects or buy a product. Each one of these answers is fine, but it often takes a little bit of digging to find out the real actions that people need to take. For example, if the initial answer is “click on ads” then I have to dig deeper to find out why someone might be on the site/app in the first place…people just don’t randomly visit to click on ads. But the resulting behavior is what I design for. That’s it…once I know what needs to happen for my client to be successful my only focus is on eliciting that behavior. It really is as simple as that.
If interaction design isn’t about supporting & influencing behavior…then what exactly are you doing?
Demystifying Interaction Design - Bokardo
We design to change, guide, support, elicit, constrict, and control behavior. The products and screens we create are about getting others to do something, using or buying or donating or otherwise taking some real-world action. Good design elicits the right behavior, poor design does not.movieclips.com home - movieclips
a site where you can find a movie clip for any lesson!A New Theory of Awesomeness and Miracles, by James Bridle, concerning Charles Babbage, Heath Robinson, MENACE and MAGE
Being NOTES and SLIDES on a talk given at PLAYFUL 09, concerning CHARLES BABBAGE, HEATH ROBINSON, MENACE and MAGE
'...slightly larger than the Crab Nebula. And that is pretty awesome.'Confreaks: RubyConf 2009
Expert recording and networking services for conferences, seminars and workshops.Scotland on Rails | Union Station
Assistir esses videosAjaxian » Ajax Experience Talks: Resig, Slocum, and Heilmann
Ajax Experience Talks: Resig, Slocum, and Heilmannhttp://www.ajax.org/public/presentation/tae/presentation2.html#home
świetny engine client side do wykresów itp, urywa głowęプレゼンを通すために絶対必要な“4つ”のこと - livedoor ディレクターブログ
まあ、プレゼン慣れしてる人なら普通は知ってる事ではあるけれど。クックパッドとHadoop « クックパッド開発者ブログ
クックパッドとHadoop « クックパッド開発者ブログ はじめまして。今年の5月に入社した勝間@さがすチームです。入社してからは、なかなか大変なことも多いですが、最近はお酒好きが集まって月曜から飲み合う 「勝間会」なるものも発足して、仕事面でも仕事以外の面でも密度の高い毎日を過ごしています！さて、僕は「さがす」チーム所属ということで、普段はレシピを「さがす」ユーザの満足度を上げるために、 クックパッドの検索まわりについて、いろいろな開発を行っていま... はてなブックマーク - クックパッドとHadoop « クックパッド開発者ブログ はてなブックマークに追加 dann dann hadoop9 Tips for Enriching Your Presentations With Social Media
Social media offers some innovative ways to engage your audience during a presentation. Here are some tips on how to enrich the experience using these social tools.
Pioneer presenters are using social media to engage their audience and extend the reach of their ideas. Twitter (Twitter), Facebook (Facebook), and numerous custom online tools allow presenters to create a backchannel for their audience’s ideas and feedback. This two-way engagement can enrich the audience’s understanding as well as the presenter’s effectiveness. Here are 9 tips for improving your presentations with social media.How people really use the iPhone - SlideShare
By Bill Westerman (Principal, Create With Context). "How people really use the iPhone", an interesting readout of design issues and recommendations for people designing for the iPhone and beyond.MF Bliki: SmutOnRails
GR: SmutOnRails: Shared by robinhowlett Martin Flower's POV on smut-gate (yes, I know, I hate the unoriginali.. http://tinyurl.com/cframh [from http://twitter.com/robinhowlett/statuses/1663151187]
I have a different vision - one that sticks it to the suits so hard it will make their eyes water. How about a community where women are valued for their ability to program and not by the thickness of their skin? How about a community that edgily pushes new boundaries without reinforcing long running evils? Perhaps even a community where women reach equal numbers? Such a community would hand the suits the defeat in the long battle women have been fighting for centuries. I'd love to be part of that.
A couple of weeks ago there was a Ruby conference in San Francisco called GoGaRuCo (Golden Gate Ruby Conference). This conference has grabbed attention due to a talk at which the presenter illustrated a discussion of CouchDB by using sexually suggestive pictures of women. Unsurprisingly the result has been a fair bit of heated, and occasionally offensive, debate.7 Little Tricks To Speak In Public With No Fear - Stepcase Lifehack
There was once a time when I had no fear. I was 11 years old and I entered a story telling competition. I was confidently telling the story and captured
Still feel that lingering fear when speaking in Public? There is no need for that. Stepcase Lifehack presents you with 7 tricks to take the fear away, or even better, prevent it from getting to you at all.My talk at the Business of Software conference (September 2008) - (37signals)
Why break them because you want momentum – it is the fuel. In order to not let it down chunk the project into smaller and smaller bits.(less roadmap and spec) optimize for now.
how 37signals runsDocstoc DocShots: Presenting Your Docs Online
The Best Way to Present Multiple Documents via Your Website or Blog
Docshots is the best way!
Docstoc is a community for people to find and share professional documents. Find free legal documents and free business documents.
Ver documentos en linea
present multiple documents via your website or blogMax Design - standards based web design, development and training » CSS line-height - a simple step-by-step presentation
A simple, step-by-step presentation on CSS line-height covering how to apply various line-height values, as well as line-height and the inline box model.
This is a classy presentation. Keeps my interest....
on CSS Line-height (which is far more complex than it first appears). A simple, step-by-step presentation on CSS line-height covering how to apply various line-height values, as well as line-height and the inline box model.
remek prezentációWeb Ink Now: Top ten tips for incredibly successful public speaking
From David Meerman Scottプレゼンテーションに悩むすべての人達のために：プレゼンテーションの世界標準「構造的プレゼンテーション」 - 加藤 和彦のブログ
まずアウトラインを作る::アウトラインのキャプション（タイトル）を考え，順番をよく考える ;; アウトライン作成の三大ゴールデンルール（これが一番重要！） * 「構造的であること」：全体のアウトラインも，スライドの中も，すべて構造化されていなくてはならない． * 「物語的であること」：水が流れるように，物語が語られるように，最初のスライドから最後のスライドまで，スムーズにつながっていなくてはならない． * 「すべて定義済みであること」：未定義の言葉，概念が出現してはいけない．未定義の語，概念はゴミとして，ゴミ集め(garbage collection)されていなくてはならない．;; 背景 * 研究を始めるに至った動機，問題意識，過去の経験．何が問題なのかを説明する * 背景は基本的に誰もが納得出来るようにする．問題意識を共有できないと，聴衆は以後の話を聞く興味を失う．勝手な思い込みのようなこと，議論を巻き起こすようなことをここで書いたり，言うのはよくない 聴衆の目，顔を見ながらしゃべるのが原則
プレゼンテーションのコツ。ま、プレゼンする前に読んどきたいよね。Charts: Flowchart Decides Which Chart Style is Best for Your Data
A presentation about modelling trees relationally and storing them in an SQL database.
Storing tree structures in a bi-dimensional table has always been problematic. The simplest tree models are usually quit
trees in databasesimple private real-time sharing and collaboration by drop.io
simple private real-time sharing and collaboration by drop.io - http://drop.io/home/present
Present.io is one of the many excellent services created by the folks at Drop.io. Present.io allows users to set up a free webinar or video conference with just two clicks. Just like with Drop.io there is no registration required to use the service and there is no software to install. To use Present.io simply create a drop and share the drop's unique url (and optional password) with whomever you would like to participate in the conference. When you're ready to start your conference click "start presentation." If you create the conference you are the administrator and have full access to show the other participants files, links, photos, and any other media you're using on your computer.
Video conferencing through drop.io
free for up to 10 attendees; locks them into your presentationHTML Slidy (1)
Great Slideshare presentation (about 50min) by Wes Fryer outlining copyright issues that educators need to knowAndy Budd::Blogography: 7 Ways to Improve your Public Speaking
As a self confirmed conference junkie I speak at a dozen events each year, and attend many more. As such I’ve probably seen close to a thousand talks over the last five years. Because of this I’ve got a pretty good idea what makes for an exciting talk and how you can guarantee your session will suck. As somebody who also organises two conferences, UX London and dConstruct I’m really keen on getting new talent into the speaking circuit while still maintaining quality. As such I’ve put together a quick guide to help both new and experienced speakers kick arse/ass. Most of these tips aren’t new, but you’ll be surprised how few people actually follow them. However if you do, you’ll be well on your way to being the next Jeff Veen, Jared Spool or Jason Santa Maria.SlideFinder - Search engine for PowerPoint presentations
Search engine for PowerPoint presentations
SlideFinder is a specialized search engine for PowerPoint presentations. Results are displayed at the slide level, enabling detailed search results.The Presentation Secrets Of Steve Jobs
Steve Jobs presentation techniquesflvPlayer
roxik 城戸さん ビデオ
Adobe MAX Japan 2009での城戸さんのセッション。 視点・レンダリングの概念とか最適化とかエルミート補間とか。デブサミ2009 はてなの開発戦略 - 川o・-・）＜2nd life
はてながgitに移行した話。プレゼン資料ありプレゼンテーションを成功させるための9つのステップ - ハックルベリーに会いに行く
LTでは使えないな。時間がない。Twitter no Brasil
O departamento de Presença Digital da Bullet fez uma pesquisa com 3.268 brasileiro usuários do Twitter, para traçar o cenário do Brasil no Twitter. Ele dá um “overview geral” sobre o serviço de microblogging também.
social online research revealling brazilian presence on twitter47 Mandamentos
In this presentation from the JVM Languages Summit 2009, Cliff Click discusses the Von Neumann architecture, CISC vs RISC, the rise of multicore, Instruction-Level Parallelism (ILP), pipelining, out-of-order dispatch, static vs dynamic ILP, performance impact of cache misses, memory performance, memory vs CPU caching, examples of memory/CPU cache interaction, and tips for improving performance. -- It's a shame I would of liked to see the presentation on their hardware transactional memory implementation and why "it doesn't work as all the academics would have you believe."
In this presentation from the JVM Languages Summit 2009, Cliff Click discusses the Von Neumann architecture, CISC vs RISC, the rise of multicore, Instruction-Level Parallelism (ILP), pipelining, out-of-order dispatch, static vs dynamic ILP, performance impact of cache misses, memory performance, memory vs CPU caching, etc.How to Deliver a Great Presentation Like Steve Jobs
From Jeremy Miller
Jeremy Miller's Presentation Patterns WikiThe Altimeter by Charlene Li: Future Of Social Networks presentation from SXSW
I had the honor of presenting at the SXSW conference last Saturday, on the topic "The Future Of Social Networks". I've embedded the slides below, and you can also access them on SlideShare. Below the slides I've included a quick...
Here's why every corporation should be thinking about how they will integrate Social Media. This is a great tool to demonstrate to your management team the importance of mapping Social Media features into your strategic roadmap.
A futre if/when your identity, contacts and social activities are ubiquitous
Future of soc nets - soc nets will be like the airどのグラフを使えばいいかを１枚の画像にまとめてみた…の図を日本語化してみた - 適宜覚書はてな異本
http://i.imgur.com/YjWta.jpg10+ Deploys Per Day: Dev and Ops Cooperation at Flickr
500 Internal Server ErrorTop 10 Best Social Media Presentations – woorkup.com
jason santa maria on layouts for the interwebs
We all draw influence from somewhere. Whether it be from history, academia, industry, or whether we look to future trends. The work we do has been impressed, whether explicitly or implicitly, by the leadership or direction of others. Who were some of those influencers, and how are they present in our work?Free picture and text effects template for PowerPoint 2007 - PowerPoint - Microsoft Office Online
Make a folder of links that is specific to your talk. I made one and numbered each link in the order I was going to use them. That includes links to folders, files, browsers, batch files, reset scripts, whatever.
but it works. You'll see that I repeat myself four or five times to make sure important points get hit and pounded in. Thi
mos, drop and recreate your database, clear caches, prime caches or whatever administ俳優経験者が指南する「人前で上手く話すためのティップス10選」 - IT業界を生き抜く秘密10箇条 - ZDNet Japan
2009.07.01Professionally designed PowerPoint templates - PowerPoint - Microsoft Office Online
PowerPointのテンプレ集．要2007らしい．SXSW09: The Future Of Social Networks
Charlene Li presentation at SXSW09
SXSW presentationThe Life Cycle of a Wireframe | Blog | Nick Finck | UX/IA Pro, Speaker, and Community Cultivator.
For those who are looking for my slides from the Puget Sound SIGCHI lecture and for those who missed it but are curious, here is my presentation. It focuses specifically on my personal process for creating wireframes. There are 4 parts to my process, each has a series of deliverables that feed into it and principals I try to keep in mind, the outcome is either a single or a series of IA deliverables. My overall strategy for IA is 3 step process; understanding the problem (note: not merely identifying the problem but really understanding it), find a solution (there may be more than one solution, but there is often only one right solution), and present the solution (a large part of your job as a IA is presenting your work so the client can understand the results).Evangelizing Yourself
Please listen the following speech.
The presentation for my session at IA Summit 2009BBC NEWS | Magazine | Want to know how to handle all of these?
But rather than being all about creative flair a good speech-writer uses a number of techniques to get a point across. And these verbal tools are not only useful at the lectern, anyone can use them in everyday situations, from handling a boisterous child to reasoning with a traffic warden. This is because speech-writing is the language of persuasion. And the average day largely consists of trying to persuade people, says Dr Max Atkinson, a communications consultant and author of Speech-Making and Presentation Made Easy.
A brilliant speech can go down in history. But most of us write words the world will never listen to. Can speech-writing teach us skills for dealing with tricky situations in everyday life?
Some tips on good speech techniques@nifty：デイリーポータルZ：ペリーがパワポで提案書を持ってきたら
治外法権なうウノウラボ Unoh Labs: 文字コードと携帯絵文字
、Introduction to HTML 5 on Vimeo
Are you interested in HTML 5 and what's coming down the pipeline but haven't had time to read any articles yet? I've put together an educational "Introduction to HTML 5" video that goes over many of the major aspects of this new standard, including:
Are you interested in HTML 5 and what's coming down the pipeline but haven't had time to read any articles yet? I've put together an educational "Introduction to HTML 5" video that goes over many of the major aspects of this new standard, including: * Web vector graphics with the Canvas tag and Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) * The Geolocation API * HTML 5 Video * The HTML 5 Database and Application Cache * Web workers The video is chock full of demos and sample source code. (Note to moderators: HTML 5 is a public open web standard. I'm helping to educate web developers and raise awareness of this open web standard).「5枚プレゼン」のレイアウトを理解する
一番上で企画内容を展望する「トップ型」、トップとボトムの使い分け、トップとボトムのタイトルの入れ方、 “導線”の作り方と「20％ルール」、20％をホワイトスペースにする、レイアウトの違いとメリハリ、「囲む」と「流れ」のデザイン * 流れ（展開）をきれいに見せる * 「囲む」と「流れ」の表現法How to Give a Presentation Part I: It's Not About You | Psychology Today
In this presentation I give some examples of heavy weight methods and their implications on your project. Then I give a quick overview of Agile methods, the rationale behind it, its origin, its values and principles. I move on to
This is supposed to be an introductory presentation on Agile. In this presentation I give some examples of heavy weight methods and their implications on your project. Then I give a quick overview of Agile methods, the rationale behind it, its origin, its values and principles. I move on to describe that what I see happening today in the industry is really waterfall in the name of Agile. I give some reasons why this is happening and then I give some pointers to move away from this flawed thinking. Bottom line, Agile is not a Silver Bullet and don’t fall pray to marketing gimmicks. Question dogmatic claims. Adapt Agile to your needs and take baby steps.InfoQ: Presentation: 10 Ways to Improve Your Code
Neben dem Film mein Favorit: Top 10 Code-Gerüche in Unternehmen
An infoq presentation on 10 Ways to Improve Your Code...ウノウラボ Unoh Labs: シェルの仕組み(前編)
アマノユウ｢どこかのタイミングで見ておこうとメモメモ。｣10 Kick Ass Presentation Techniques | Carsonified
How to do a good presentation
I’ve been lucky enough to make public speaking part of my career. It’s something I love doing and enjoy every second of, but that’s not the case for everybody. For many of you, the thought of standing up on stage fills you with vomit-inducing fear.
ThinkVitamin - Carsonified's blog about the webPresentation Cycle: Cycle with a progressbar - Gaya Design
"Cycle is a script that supports image presentations to easily display multiple images. This script supports a lot of effects and the cycling of html elements. Presentation Cycle is a variation on the functionality of Cycle. Instead of generating a list of numbers that are clickable Presentation Cycle generates a progress bar that shows when the new slide will appear."Jane McGonigal: Gaming can make a better world | Video on TED.com
Die Welt Verbessern durch Spiele. Interessante Idee, muss ich mir aber beizeiten mal ansehen.Prezi Is The Coolest Online Presentation Tool I’ve Ever Seen
Robin Wauters writing on TechCrunch and raving about the presentation software tool Prezi.
Prezi allows you to create amazing presentations on the Web. If you think you’ve heard that too many times, don’t stop reading just yet, because this one is just plain awesome. It’s an entirely Flash-based app that lets you break away from the slide-by-slide approach of most presentations. Instead, it allows you to create non-linear presentations where you can zoom in and out of a visual map containing words, links, images, videos, etc. This is similar to pptPlex, a Microsoft Office Labs project that aims to bring that type of functionality to PowerPoint.
May want to look into this if we need an online presentation tool - sounds pretty good.jQuery Presentation Plugin: Say NO to Keynote! | Viget Inspire
Bonito plugin de jQuery, para realizar presentaciones...
I’m giving my presentation next week and will talk about CSS3 transforms and transitions. Obviously, I will be providing a lot of code samples and examples, so if I were to use Keynote, I would be going back and forth between the browser and Keynote. Yeah, no thanks. So, I wrote this small jQuery plugin that gives you an interface in a browser to give a presentation. If you are getting antsy, take a look at a demo or download it from github.Apple - QuickTime - Apple WWDC Keynote Address
Apple WWDC Keynote Address
The Apple WWDC 09 March 2009 Event.
WWDC Keynote Address now live: http://tinyurl.com/mkpjt9 [from http://twitter.com/shriansh/statuses/2086744691]
Apple WWDC 2009 Keynotes Adress: 2h00 video http://bit.ly/1agTwj & 1,32 Go podcast download. Ouch! http://bit.ly/76dw9 [from http://twitter.com/Zelaurent/statuses/2099352097]NumberQuotes - Get a quote, make a point
NumberQuotes Get a quote and make your point Ever need a good quote to add scale to a number? You know, you’re giving a presentation on sales and you want to give a number some scale.Oooh, that's Clever! (unnatural experiments in web design) | Konigi
Unnatural experiments in web design | http://cli.gs/2gyJ5Z **Must see for every #ux designer [from http://twitter.com/MikevHoenselaar/statuses/2109009831]
Paul Annet, from Clear Left
Knowledge management and competitive research community for user experience design on the web.Seth's Blog: The TED Tribes talk is now live
Teaching as a marketing strategy
Interesting talk on some of the lessons that 37signals have learned from chefs. Specifically, how to market through teaching. I thought it was funny that I ended up watching this while making a balsamic reduction.
An aha moment for higher ed marketing professionals.
Jason Fried Founder and CEO, 37signals Fried is the founder and CEO of 37signals. Fried is a passionate leader in the field of simple, clear, and elegant web-based user interface design. He spearheaded the concept, design, and development of Basecamp, 37signal's web-based project management tool for designers, freelancers, and creative services firms. Fried is also the co-author of Defensive Design for the Web.孫正義、【志】を語る。「孫正義 LIVE 2011」書き起こし（その１） | kokumai.jpツイッター総研
自分で決めた自分の職業、自分で決めた自分の仕事、これコロコロ変えるわけにはそんな簡単にはいきません。 だいたい決めたらその道にほぼ行く可能性が高い。その決めたことをフラフラするということは、効率悪いんです。 自分のエネルギーをどこについやしたらいいのか。 自分が登りたい山は何なのか。 自分の志ってなんなのか。 自分の成したい事ってなんだろう。 これを決めることが大切だ。
speech to textResources | Web Directions
Presentations from previous conferences. Slideshows and podcasts from the speakers.
Presentations from past Web Directions and @media conferences
resources on web design and strategydrop.io presentation
have to use conference call (no VOIP) but a free one is included; show anything (any media, docs, etc.); multiple presenters (anyone logged in to your drop as admin is a co-presenter); anyone logged in to your drop at the time is invited to your preso when you start it up (incase they get there before you do); for anyone a URL and PW is created to invite them and they don't have to download anything; unlimited size audience; text chat available; they are locked in to what you are doing--can't switch to other things on their own pc I think
present.io (a beta service of drop.io) every drop has a built in presentation mode. log in to the drop as the 'admin' (Using the administrator's password) and you can instantly start a real-time web based media presentation to everyone else on your drop. No one needs to download anything, there is no registration or installations - it just works, 100% in your browser. So you can say, "meet me at http://drop.io/mypresentation, and let me walk you through the meeting materials" to as big a group as you want.
* present.io (a beta service of drop.io) every drop has a built in presentation mode. log in to the drop as the 'admin' (Using the administrator's password) and you can instantly start a real-time web based media presentation to everyone else on your drop. No one needs to download anything, there is no registration or installations - it just works, 100% in your browser. So you can say, "meet me at http://drop.io/mypresentation, and let me walk you through the meeting materials" to as big a group as you want.14 Tips on Pitching and Presenting Well
# 5000万人の視聴者を獲得するまでにかかった年数 # ラジオ 38年 # テレビ 13年 # インターネット 4年 # iPod 3年 # Facebook 2年
パラダイムシフトDoing a 15 Minute Presentation in 10 Easy Steps « The Other Librarian
Eradicate this fortification!
at Redfin Corporate Blog
Dicas para uma boa apresentação.Public Speaking – How I Prepare Every Time
The 4-hour work-week guyHow to Pitch to a VC or Angel - ReadWriteStart
A collection of high-level tips for startup investor pitches, including Guy Kawasaki's 10 slides / in 20 minutes / with 30pt font rule.
How to Pitch to a VC or Angel404 Blog Not Found:惰訳 - Barack Obama Inauguration Speech in Full
These are all mysql oriented, but it sure seems like there are some fantastic principles to be pulling from here. Ex "covering indexes; orders-of-magnitude improvements." Or one on optimizing disk i/o.
Slides from a great variety of sessions @ Percona Performance Conference 2009 (April)
slides of the conference are available onlinyIm Powerpoint-Nirvana: Beamer an, Hirn aus - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Netzwelt
(1)主張を書いて！ (2)理由を書いて！ (3)（構造化の）階層をそろえて書いて！ (4)概要と詳細に分けて書いて！ (5)一言で表現して！ (6)抽象的な表現でなく，具体的に言って！ (7)省略をしないで書いて！ (8)事実と意見は分けて書いて！ (9)論点を明確にして！ よい文章を書くための6力 (1)確実に伝える〜論点絞り力 (2)納得させる〜論理的記述力 (3)一目で認知させる〜構造化力 (4)理解しやすくする〜平易表現力 (5)正確に伝える〜正確表現力 (6)少ない文章量で伝える〜短文表現力
文章を見ると思わず言ってしまうこと (1)主張を書いて！ (2)理由を書いて！ (3)（構造化の）階層をそろえて書いて！ (4)概要と詳細に分けて書いて！ (5)一言で表現して！ (6)抽象的な表現でなく，具体的に言って！ (7)省略をしないで書いて！ (8)事実と意見は分けて書いて！ (9)論点を明確にして！
「よい文章」とは「駄目でない文章」Venture Hacks — Why startup pitches fail
Why startup pitches fail
the stage of your business—for example, some businesses are just getting started with an idea, while others are printing money. Focus your pit
Pitches usually fail because they answer the wrong questions. The right questions depend on the stage of your business. post by Eric Ries, a founder of IMVU and an advisor to Kleiner Perkins.Whoa, Twitter Mania
Maybe it is all the TV news mentions, but Twitter is seeing the growth in U.S visitors to its site accelerating. In February, 4 million people in the U.S. visited the site, up from 2.6 million the month before, according to the latest data from comScore. That represents a 55 percent month-over-month growth rate, compared to 33 percent growth in each of the two months prior. (ComScore has yet to release February figures for worldwide visitors, but for January that number is 6 million).WEBで自分が伝えたい事をきっちり相手に伝える為の7のコツ*ホームページを作る人のネタ帳
☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆☆Dropbox Startup Lessons Learned
Interesting: Dropbox Startup Lessons Learned; http://bit.ly/9mh00x
Dropbox Startup Lessons Learned http://slidesha.re/cToICU
Viewing: Dropbox Startup Lessons Learned http://bit.ly/duFZXu - a great presentation by founder/CEO @drewhoustonSeven Must-See Web Design Videos and Presentations - Smashing Magazine
In one of our previous articles, I put together a list of 7 must-see videos related to web design. Since then, I've come across a number of other videos from...Redis tutorial, April 2010 - by Simon Willison
posted by thraxil: http://quimby.ccnmtl.columbia.edu/ircbot/web/?y=2010&m=04&d=26#20100426105402
These slides and notes were originally written to accompany a three hour Redis tutorial I gave at the NoSQL Europe conference on the 22nd of April 2010.Enemy Lurks in Briefings on Afghan War - PowerPoint - NYTimes.com
“When we understand that slide, we’ll have won the war,” General McChrystal dryly remarked, one of his advisers recalled, as the room erupted in laughter. “It’s dangerous because it can create the illusion of understanding and the illusion of control,” General McMaster said in a telephone interview afterward. “Some problems in the world are not bullet-izable.”
Commanders say that behind all the PowerPoint jokes are serious concerns that the program stifles discussion, critical thinking and thoughtful decision-making. Not least, it ties up junior officers — referred to as PowerPoint Rangers — in the daily preparation of slides, be it for a Joint Staff meeting in Washington or for a platoon leader’s pre-mission combat briefing in a remote pocket of Afghanistan. Commanders say that the slides impart less information than a five-page paper can hold, and that they relieve the briefer of the need to polish writing to convey an analytic, persuasive point. Imagine lawyers presenting arguments before the Supreme Court in slides instead of legal briefs.
Great article about misuse of powerpoint!
“PowerPoint makes us stupid,” Gen. James N. Mattis of the Marine Corps, the Joint Forces commander
bullets create the illusion of understanding and the illusion of control...not to mention the huge waste of time in creating the things in the first placePresentation Zen: Using Keynote & iMovie to reach "Dot Zen"
always nice to see keynote used in interesting waysEnemy Lurks in Briefings on Afghan War - PowerPoint - NYTimes.com
“It’s dangerous because it can create the illusion of understanding and the illusion of control... Some problems in the world are not bullet-izable.” --Brig. Gen. H. R. McMaster
"Gen. Stanley A. McChrystal, the leader of American and NATO forces in Afghanistan, was shown a PowerPoint slide in Kabul last summer that was meant to portray the complexity of American military strategy, but looked more like a bowl of spaghetti.... 'When we understand that slide, we’ll have won the war,' General McChrystal dryly remarked, one of his advisers recalled, as the room erupted in laughter...."From Zero to a Million Users - Dropbox and Xobni lessons learned - Adam Smith's Blog
I just finished a talk at Web 2.0 Expo titled From Zero to a Million Users with Drew Houston, the founder of Dropbox. It's about what we wish we had known years ago when it comes to growing your user base from 1 to 1M users. We had a lot of fun with it. The slides are below! From Zero to a Million Users - Dropbox and Xobni lessons learned View more presentations from Adam Smith.
Great stuff RT @SeanEllis @drewhouston & @asmith share keys to the kingdom for getting 1st 1m users for Dropbox & Xobni http://bit.ly/aPjMRi
web 2.0 start up challenges, dropbox and xobniHow To: Embed YouTube Clips in PowerPoint
1. Create Anticipation, 2. Create a Social-Friendly Presentation, 3. Use Interactive Polling, 4. Use the Backchannel, but Wisely, 5. Keep the Conversation Going After You’ve Left the Podium
Great for press conferences, speaking opps, power points, etc
Use social tools to build buzz ahead of time, stage interactive text-message polls or get your audience talking by moderating a back-channel Twitter discussion, suggests Chuck Dietrich. "These methods allow you to connect with your audience before, during, and after you deliver your message," he adds.
Plodding through a dull PowerPoint presentation is no way to impress your audience. Seal the deal with social engagement using these 5 strategies.
nice hints for #fsln10 seminar on making presentations more social: http://bit.ly/a2iGcMデブサミ2009「株式会社はてなの開発戦略」講演メモ - RX-7乗りの適当な日々
新はてなブックマーク * ユーザ数：21.6万 * PV数：790万PV/日 * サーバ台数：50台 * 2008年11月にリニューアル * 開発期間約9か月 o 最初の4ヶ月くらいは、id:naoyaさんが1人で 旧システムの問題点 * 保守性・拡張性 * テスタビリティ * 他サービスとの密結合
gitよいよいWiki:interactive media resources | Social Media CoLab
:List of diverse applications which can be used in online learning - no essential grouping or cartegorisation used
links de medias interativas, incluindo mindmaps: como é possível ter um espaço onde informação é compartilhada, além do ppt.jQuery 1.4: What you need to know
jQuery 1.4: What you need to know - http://ihumanable.com/jquery/presentation.html#slide1Create a printable summary of your video with Vidinotes!
Vidinotes was founded to expand the use of online videos. While online videos provide entertainment and understanding, learning from videos is not very practical. Vidinotes is the bridge from video to learning, allowing users to create their own notes of a video, including images taken directly from the video, then print or save their new document.
RT @draenews: Del Create a printable summary of your video with Vidinotes!: http://www.vidinotes.com/
Vidinotes lets you capture video images from FLV (Flash video) files and print them complete with notes. Browse to a video on your PC or upload a video from YouTube (via the KeepVid.com FLV converter) and then watch the video and capture up to 30 video stills. Vidinotes labels each note in chronological order and lets you edit the title and note section of each slide. The final product will include each slide (in the order in which you created them) with your notes attached.HTML5 presentation
More and more educators and students are using Prezi in the classroom. We want to capture the ideas and experiences of our educational community by sharing, adding, and cataloging great prezis used for educating around the world.KOF 2008 の発表資料 - naoyaのはてなダイアリー
introducing the WHUFFY :-)| ＾＾ |秒刊SUNDAY | 誰得？と言われない勝てる企画書を書くためのエントリー集
good fora.tv video w/ tan le of emotiv and a live demonstration of the epoc
Tan Le, co-founder and president of Emotiv Systems, gives a live demo of a mind control device that uses a person's thoughts to input computer commands.EG is the celebration of the American entertainment industry. Since 1984, Richard Saul Wurman has created extraordinary gatherings about learning and understanding. EG is a rich extension of these ideas - a conference that explores the attitude of understanding in music, film, television, radio, technology, advertising, gaming, interactivity and the web - The Entertainment Gathering
Tan Le, co-founder and president of Emotiv Systems, gives a live demo of a mind control device that uses a person's thoughts to input computer commands.はてなでの仮想化技術の使い方@AMDセミナー - とあるはてな社員の日記
自分のところで使うときの参考にしよう．3D円グラフを使うのはやめよう | Okumura's Blog
そもそも 2D で表現できる情報を 3D で表現するのはまったくの無駄
「そもそも円グラフが良くない」←同感。いつも円グラフを書いて、棒グラフに書き直してる。Present.io: Dead Simple Web-Based Presentations
Drop.io is known for really simple file sharing. Whether you’re hosting and sharing files with contacts, or using conference.io for media-rich chat rooms, Drop.io makes it easy and fast. Now there's present.io
Drop.iodrop.io reviews is known for really simple file sharing. Whether you're hosting and sharing files with contacts, or using conference.io for media-rich
no setup, no software online solution that combines real-time presentations with images, audio, documents, and video.テキストに知性があるかないかを見分ける10のポイント - ハックルベリーに会いに行く
知性のある文章は、それが「伝わるかどうか」だけを考えれば良いというものではない。それが「どう伝わるか」ということも考えのうちに入れておかなければならない。 そこで重視されるのがスピードだ。それがパッと直感的に伝わるのか、それともじわじわ染み込むように伝わるのか、そこに気を遣えるのが知性のある文章だ。 例えば、「辛い」という言葉がある。これは「つらい」とも「からい」とも読めるから、直感的にはどういう意味かは伝わらない。だから、スピードを重視したいのに「辛い」と書くのは知性のない文章だ。なぜなら、そこでは意味が直感的に伝わらないため、どうしてもスピードが落ちてしまうからである。この場合は、ふりがなを振るか、もしくはひらがなで書くのが、伝わり方に気を遣えた、すなわち知性のある文章ということになるだろう。
FITC ByteArray Workshop: ByteArray slides. All the information covered in the workshop.
ByteArrays for beginnersPresentation Zen: 10 rules for making good design
10 design rules to keep in mind (1) Communicate — don't decorate. (2) Speak with a visual voice. (3) Use two typeface families maximum. OK, maybe three. (4) Pick colors on purpose. (5) If you can do it with less, then do it. (6) Negative space is magical — create it, don't just fill it up! (7) Treat the type as image, as though it's just as important. (8) Be universal; remember that it's not about you. (9) Be decisive. Do it on purpose — or don't do it at all. (10) Symmetry is the ultimate evil.The Future Of Social Networks - SlideShare
From Charlene Li, via Alex Iskold on Twitter
An important slide which should be followed.
Not particularly groundbreaking, but sets down in words the way things have been moving.
An interesting video that what seems to be a student did about social networking and how it is the futurePixelated - Your New Business Conference Starts Now Online | Six Pixels of Separation - Marketing and Communications Blog and Podcast - By Mitch Joel at Twist Image
Pixelated is a an online video mash-up inspired by Brian Eisenberg that is a full-day online conference all from the comfort of your own computer. This is Mitch Joel’s conference that will educate you and motivate you to think differently about your business. Featuring remarkable videos from people like Seth Godin, Chris Brogan, J.J. Abrams (creater of Lost), and one of my favorite speakers Benjamin Zander.
Pixelated is a free full-day online conference with some of the world's leading speakers on the topic of how business is changing including: Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin, Chris Anderson, Avinash Kaushik, Chris Brogan and many more.
Online conference platformPlay is good for you (and it's good for business)
We talk about play around here a lot. Remember that play was one of the six aptitudes needed to be successful in today's world featured in Dan Pink's A Whole New Mind. I often associate at least one aspect of play and playfulness with the old Buddhist idea of the beginner's mind (or child's mind). That is, in the child's mind there are infinite possibilities, but in our adult mind (one filled with habits and routines) there often seems to be few. One of TED's newest talks online is by Tim Brown the CEO of Ideo. In this wonderful short presentation Tim makes many salient points about the role of play, playfulness, and creativity and why they matter in our professional or academic lives. You may be a designer of consumer goods, or a medical doctor, or a researcher, or a teacher — every situation is different. But listen to what Tim Brown says and ask yourself how the idea of play might be introduced into your organization in a way that would benefit workers, patients, and students, not o
Play is good for you (and it's good for business)Introducing Slippy - HTML Presentations - Seld.be
Check the Online advertising section starting at slide 25
Internet Trends 2010 by Morgan Stanley ResearchNoSQL at Twitter (NoSQL EU 2010)
A discussion of the different NoSQL-style datastores in use at Twitter, including Hadoop (with Pig for analysis), HBase,
Twitters NoSQL slides
A discussion of the different NoSQL-style datastores in use at Twitter, including Hadoop (with Pig for analysis), HBase, Cassandra, and FlockDB.
cassandra,thrift, hdfs, hbase, scribe,pig,lzo, flockdb
interesting presentation on #NoSQL at #twitter by @kevinweil http://bit.ly/99h8BK [from http://twitter.com/behi_at/statuses/13587582774]jQuery Essentials
quick jquery slideshow
Excellent jQuery tutorial: http://is.gd/cT5mu (via @ricmrodrigues) – Use jQuery (usejquery) http://twitter.com/usejquery/statuses/16407036996
Nice introduction to jQuery.Keynote Wireframe Toolkit - Get your Keynote Kung-Fu on
How to make wireframes using keynote.
线框图工具包How Steve Jobs beats presentation panic | Business Center | Working Mac | Macworld
“Our networks in here are always unpredictable, so...I have no idea what we're going to find,” he said. “They are slow today.” What Jobs did next, according to Carmine Gallo, author of The Presentation Secrets of Steve Jobs, was vintage Jobs (and a model for how presenters should deal with stage crises): He did not panic. He did not look hot under the collar of his trademark turtleneck. His hours of practice and intimate knowledge of every inch of every slide made him comfortable enough so that he could jump around to another part of the presentation (in this case, to look at photos).HTML5 presentation
RT @deliciouspb: #HTML5 presentation http://bit.ly/bTL9Uz
Good overview of HTML5 and the possibilities.How to Change the World: The 10/20/30 Rule of PowerPoint
A slideshare presentation about simple and effective tools to use for the classroom.
slideshow showing 20 tools for teachersWeb Design Concepts For Non Web Designers
inspiration concepts for web design
Présentation HTML5Giving Great Talks: A Mashup » Bolt | Peters
I had the privilege of Jared Spool attending and critiquing some of my recent talks, and in preparation for a UIE webinar I’m giving, he took time to rip me apart give me some awesome feedback. His advice reminded me of notes I took almost ten years ago at an Edward Tufte seminar about giving great talks, and so the next logical step was to make old-timey boxing photos of them both and write a mashup of their talking tips. RIGHT? Both Jared Spool and Edward Tufte are known to be kick-ass speakers in the technology field – Tufte is all up in the freaking white house, and Jared speaks roughly 400 days a year around the world. I think we can learn a lot from their advice, and despite the artificial conflict introduced with boxing pictures, their tips are mostly complimentary.
Jared Spool vs. Edward Tufte
advice on presentations - could also apply to posts
"I had the privilege of Jared Spool attending and critiquing some of my recent talks, and in preparation for a UIE webinar I’m giving, he took time to give me some awesome feedback."PHPで大規模ブラウザゲームを開発してわかったこと
@jcstearns The Real Life Social Network v2 - http://goo.gl/2fDa <-in slideshare . A must read.
This is fascinating! — The Real Life Social Network v2 http://spncr.me/br
Demo of HTML5 via a set of "slides". Requires HTML5 enabled browser ...
A demonstration of the new effects of HTML5
RT @doxaras: HTML5Rocks in a nutshell http://is.gd/ddSLr10 Things CEOs Need to Know About Design
RT @draenews: Del 10 Things CEOs Need to Know About Design: http://bit.ly/blN9sT
10 Things CEOs Need to Know About Design
1. Design can change businesses 2. Design is more than pretty pictures 3. Talks beneﬁts not features 4. Thinks in ﬂows not screens 5. Doesn’t make the user think 6. Starts with a great story 7. Uses design as a lever 8. Gets out of the ofﬁce 9. Has a bible 10. Repeats & reﬁnesHTML5 Canvas - The Future of Graphics on the Web
RT @deliciouspb: HTML5 Canvas - The Future of Graphics on the Web http://bit.ly/dbuK3D
괜찮은 HTML5 캔버스 발표자료... RT @tigerfunk: RT @smashingmag: HTML5 Canvas - The Future of Graphics on the Web (Slideshow) - http://bit.ly/aaL0mr – Wonsuk Lee (Wonsuk73) http://twitter.com/Wonsuk73/statuses/15606323680
The future of web graphics - let Canvas be your best friendIORAD, The Instructional Appliance
the instructional appliance
Сервис для создания пошаговых инструкций10 Inspiring TED Talks for Startups
Un excelente conjunto de consejos para los emprendedores
"10 Inspiring TED Talks for Startups" ( http://bit.ly/bdCLet )
10 Inspiring TED Talks for Startups @ http://bit.ly/9nFvgo | via @karmona – zohar urian (zoharu) http://twitter.com/zoharu/statuses/18522921522twittercure
A support page for the presentation "Cure What Ails You: A Dose of Twitter for Every Day of the School Year"
This presentation provides an in-depth overview of the micro-blogging tool, Twitter. The links to the tips, tricks, tools, research, and other items included in the presentation are listed below.How To Make Sure People Will Remember Your Ideas — Zachary Burt's Blog
How To Make Sure People Will Remember Your IdeasHow To Make Sure People Will Remember Your Ideas — Zachary Burt's Blog
jQueryリファレンス7 Basic Rules for Making Charts and Graphs
RT @flowingdata 7 Basic Rules for Making Charts and Graphs http://bit.ly/cGat5u
Primer or Reminder RT @JuiceAnalytics 7 basic rules for creating charts http://bit.ly/930RG7 #MR30 Useful iPad Apps for Business & Presentation
ipad suggestions. Look good for presentation, visuals and meetings
wonderful ipad and iPhone apps
30 Useful iPad Apps for Business & Presentation Read more: 30 Useful iPad Apps for Business & Presentation30 Useful iPad Apps for Business & Presentation
Hab zwar kein iPad, aber 30 Useful iPad Apps for Business & Presentation http://bit.ly/aUg4hP sehen gut aus #app #ipad
ipad suggestions. Look good for presentation, visuals and meetings