Many of you have asked us how you could share presentations created on GoogleDocs (or Presently) on SlideShare. Google Docs just announced that its now possible to save a presentation as pdf. Just create it on Google Docs, save as pdf (go to FileSave as pdf), and then upload … Read More..
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PST 9.10 AM: We are facing some problems in our file conversion servers; we noticed this a couple of hours back and our systems guys are working hard through the night (in India) to get this back on track. Expect some delay before your uploaded files will get converted … Read More..
Dave is known for his blog (Master of 500 hats), his conference (Graphing Social and Web2.0 Expo which he is co-chairing), and most recently the Stanford Facebook App Class (10 million in 10 weeks). Some of you might also know him from his ore that he gained … Read More..
We have heard from a number of you that search is not working on the site. Thanks for letting us know. We are working on fixing it. Will post an update as soon as it gets fixed.
Thanks for your patience!
Update: 11th Dec, 23.00 hrs PST
Search is back … Read More..
The site has been having problems with uploading slideshows for some time, and we have taken it down while we look into it. Sorry about this. Hopefully we will be able to bring it back up very soon.
Update (12.15 PM PST): The site is back up. You might still … Read More..
Running a site like SlideShare, you get used to all the PowerPoint jokes. Heck, we enjoy them! When we first came out, the best coverage was comments like: Bore people around the world. We have been told that we are the worst website in the world (I have met … Read More..
For the last several months, we’ve been toiling away on a really ambitious project. Our goal : the integration of web audio with slideshows.
Today we’re psyched to introduce a new multimedia format that we hope will revolutionize the way knowledge is shared on the web. We call it “SlideCasting”… Read More..
So you have heard of Karaoke – when you sing along to the soundtrack of pop songs. The idea behind PowerPoint Karaoke is similar. Presenters present, but to other people’s slides. But it’s a little harder than karaoke, because the slides are randomly chosen! Go here for a great writeup… Read More..