Upload presentations on what has changed in the past 10 years, and what you hope to change in the next. … Read More..
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LinkedIn’s Influencers shared stories of their best career mistakes this week: Newyorker.com editor Nicholas Thompson got fired from “60 Minutes” — in less than 60 minutes. Golden State Warriors owner Peter Guber fired Jeremy Lin before he became a superstar. And Accretive Solutions CEO Richard Moran accidentally hit the “Reply … Read More..
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First of all, we love the presentation”How to Milk SlideShare for Moo’ Traffic.” It has all the elements of a great, homepage-worthy SlideShare: It’s visual, informative, to-the-point — and funny. We featured it as a Top Presentation and it’s been viewed more than 67,000 times in less than a week.… Read More..
SlideShare has partnered with yet another company to help you enhance your presentations. 9Slides latest iPad app allows users to record and add on audio and video to your slide presentations via the iPad.
Being able to watch slides side-by-side with video or audial commentary can help make a presentation … Read More..
Dear SlideShare Community,
We are happy to announce that SlideShare’s API functionality is back on, after it had been turned off about a week ago.
Last week SlideShare was hit by set of users who were abusing the API upload tool, and loading large amounts of spam onto the site. … Read More..
Each month LinkedIn’s thought leaders discuss a topic related to their professional lives and career development. This month they shared their everyday tools for success: Deepak Chopra relies on Mybasis, Dreamweaver, and iPhone and an iPad. Michael Skok always carries a camera. And Richard Branson depends on his assistant, Helen. … Read More..
Apple fan or not, you can’t deny that Steve Jobs was a legendary presenter. Those who had the opportunity to witness his famous keynotes referred to his unique presentation style as “Stevenotes.” What made Jobs’ speeches so special that they warranted a nickname?
Jobs “transformed the typical, dull, technical, plodding … Read More..