More on SlideRocket

Created: Friday, March 28, 2008, posted by Geetesh Bajaj at 6:19 am

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SlideRocket gets more exposure each day — and the product gets better too. I have been working with this online presentation product for a long while now, and the implementation is awesome.

I do miss a few things — surprisingly, I miss PowerPoint 2007’s tabbed Ribbon interface since SlideRocket options do require many clicks. And I wish they built in some Flickr authorization so that I can access all my Flickr photos from my account. As of now, I can only access the public photos. And my minor rants may not be too fair, since this is still a beta product.

The screenshot below shows the SlideRocket interface — click on the screenshot to view a larger picture.

Working with Slides in SlideRocket

SlideRocket is based on Adobe’s Flex technology, and Josh Catone provides a great intro to the underlying architecture of SlideRocket on his ReadWriteWeb blog…

Josh Lowensohn provides another walkthrough on the Webware site…

If you want to see a sample presentation, here’s a quick one-slide presentation that I made…

Categories: online_presentations, powerpoint

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