PowerPoint and Presenting Stuff

Focus on Scrapblog

Scrapblog is a site where you can create scrapbook-like, online content that can be adapted to look like online presentations. As of now, the site is free — and you can use visual content and videos from sites like Flickr, Webshots, YouTube, etc.

Take a look at Scrapblog here…

On Webware, Rafe Needleman adds that Scrapblog is an excellent online application. It’s based on Adobe’s Flex and uses a lot of the fancy user interface options available on that platform. Read more here…

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