We are keeping track of sites that are adding Slideshare support. SkillsFeed, an elearning platform just announced in their blog that they have better integration with YouTube, GoogleVideo and Slideshare. Their bookmarklet will grab the title, description and other fields from Slideshare.
At the “art of the start” conference last week, Michael Arrington from TechCrunch was interviewed by Guy Kawasaki about “How to Get on TechCrunch”. Michael basically said that you shouldn’t use words like “revolutionary” and “web 2.0″ to describe your site: it’s too generic and doesn’t carry any information. He … Read More..
Here’s an excerpt:
The most inspiring thing to me about SlideShare is the number of teachers that are using SlideShare to share lessons and lecture slides. I love the … Read More..
Business 2.0 has posted an interview with Jonathan Boutelle, CTO of Slideshare. In it, Jonathan goes into some depth about what kinds of activity we’re seeing on the site, and what kind of features we’re planning for the immediate future.
My favorite quote:
What we’re seeing, though, is that … Read More..
Lots of educators are starting to use slideshare, both for sharing their presentations to peers, and for sharing their classroom presentations. So making sure that slideshare plays nicely with online Course Management Systems is especially important to us.
Last night we rolled out a bunch of new features to Slideshare. This is “social release 1″, the first of a series of “social releases” – features and improvements to support and track the community at Slideshare.
Favorites & Community Tagging- Now, you can add a slideshow as a “Favorite”. … Read More..
There’s a nice little writeup about slideshare in the amazon web services blog. We’ve been super-happy using Amazon S3 to host slideshows… it has saved us a ton of money AND time, which is a nice (and unusual) combination.… Read More..