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April 29, 2014 7:21 AM!

A Simple Guide On How To Present Effectively in Public:

A Simple Guide On How To Present Effectively in Public: | Presentation Tools |
Robin Good's insight: is a free web guide to how to present effectively in public curated by @Zach Holman, a subject matter expert, having spoken at a large number of conferences.

The Guide is elegantly organized in multiple sections, each containing a small set of more specific information chapters, and  all accessible from the home page index. 

Good resource for novice public speakers and presenters, as well as another great example of content curation at work. In this case the author has curated his know-how, notes and previous writings into one cohesive and well present gallery.

Helpful. Well designed. 8/10

Check it out now: 

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Ana Sanchez's curator insight, April 29, 2014 4:51 PM

A very nice summary of all the points you need to think about when preparing a conference presentation. "Because “imagine everyone's naked” is terrible advice."

Alex's curator insight, August 1, 2016 10:51 PM
great point on reacting and reflecting after your presentations to improve for future :)
Lea Marucci's curator insight, October 27, 2017 10:30 PM
Inquiry Session 3: Delivering Presentations
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March 4, 2012 3:01 PM!

Engage Your Live Audience With an Interactive Slideshow: Slides & Polls (Mac)

Engage Your Live Audience With an Interactive Slideshow: Slides & Polls (Mac) | Presentation Tools |

Robin Good: If you are looking for an innovative Mac app that allows you to fully engage and wow your audience in your public presentation, you should give a look to Slides & Polls by

This new app turns a regular slideshow into an interactive online session that can be easily shared to all of your participants screens (computers and mobile devices).

Key features include the ability to add interactive polls and show the results with live updates, or to open a discussion channel so that your audience can talk back during the presentation – fully controlled by you, of course.

How does it work? You prepare your slides in the app of your choice (e.g. PowerPoint or Keynote) and then you import them into Slides & Polls while adding interactive elements.

"Participation happens on the web. Anyone in your audience can join in by opening her smartphone or laptop and going to the presentation’s website. From there on, you decide what’s shown on their screens. It can be slides, text, links, polls, questions…"

Key Features:

• Each presentation gets a web address
• Presenter’ screen with full control
• Unique Practice Mode with simulated participants
• Automatic session archiving

• Import slides from PowerPoint, Keynote, etc.
• Import picture and movie files
• Create editable slides
• Add live polls and results

• Live web content: audience will see your slides on their smartphone screens
• Attach special interactive content to slides that’s visible on the web (Slide Notes)
• Co-Channel: a discussion forum for your audience where you call the shots
• Show co-channel on projector screen and/or on the web, switchable any time
• Highlight and moderate co-channel messages

• Unique web address for your presentation,
for example:

Mac App Store preview: 

More info: 

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February 1, 2012 10:34 AM!

Add Voice-Over and 20-Language Translation Instantly To Any Presentation You Have: HelloSlide

Add Voice-Over and 20-Language Translation Instantly To Any Presentation You Have: HelloSlide | Presentation Tools |

Robin Good: HelloSlide is a web-based service which allows anyone to upload a PDF (max 100MB) and add a voice-over track to it by simply adding a text copy of what needs to be said on each slide.

HelloSlide does the rest by generating a good quality voice over by utilizing synthsized digital voices that automatically read your script slide after slide.

Not only. By leveraging this type of approach HelloSlide can make your presentation available in over 20 languages instantly and by providing a full text transcript with the presentation there may be also some SEO benefits, as search engines can tell now precisely what you are talking about in those slides.

The free plan allows about to 50 presentations.

The Pro account which costs $9/mo allows up to 200 presentations, an export-to-video function as well as the ability to auto-translate to other languages. The Premium at $39 extends the numbers of presentations, auto-translations and throws in 10 human-voiced translations per month. 

See examples: 

My test: 

Plans and pricing:


Try it now: 

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May 7, 2013 2:38 AM!

The Top 50+ Presentation Tools and Resources I Have Found This Year

The Top 50+ Presentation Tools and Resources I Have Found This Year | Presentation Tools |
Robin Good's insight:

Thanks to Pinterest, Giuseppe Gagliano and my own work, here is a useful collection of over 50 presentation tools, resources and services that I have curated, reviewed or written about in the last year or so.

The collection includes presentation tools, resources for finding music, clipart and images as well as services that allow you to add video, converto to other formats (PDF, video) and to deliver your presentations in all types of events and to all types of devices.

P.S.: This Pinterest collection is the natural, evolutionary fruit of people "pinning" images and stories from my own newsradar dedicated to Presentation Tools available here:

Full collection:

Harpal S.sandhu's curator insight, May 8, 2013 9:28 PM


Shaheen Gagan's curator insight, May 10, 2013 8:44 AM

Good stuff 

Ludmila Smirnova's curator insight, June 12, 2013 7:21 AM

Thank you, Robin Good, :-) for sharing

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February 8, 2012 8:23 AM!

The HTML5 Graphing Library for Presentation Geeks: Flotr2

The HTML5 Graphing Library for Presentation Geeks: Flotr2 | Presentation Tools |

Robin Good: For the geeks out there doing presentations, Flotr2 is a new HTML5 Canvas graphing library to create custom charts and graphs.

Among its key features:

  • mobile support
  • framework independent
  • extensible plugin framework
  • custom chart types
  • FF, Chrome, IE6+, Android, iOS

You can see some examples of Flotr2 at work here:

Source code: 

More info: 

Carl's comment February 9, 2012 12:08 PM
Author here. Thanks for the shout!
Robin Good's comment, February 9, 2012 12:27 PM
Thanks to you! Great tool
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January 8, 2012 7:49 AM!

A Mini-Projector for Your iPhone: The Sanwa 400-PRJ011

Sanwa has recently announced the availability of a slim mini portable projector that works in combination with your iPhone 4 or 4S.

The new Sanwa 400-PRJ011 is powered by its own 2,100mAh battery which happily can also charge your own iPhone battery.

The projector has an autonomy of five hours and can provide 2.5 hours of steady projection.

As you can see from the video, it is capable of projecting still or video images on any flat surface up to a size of 65-inches at 640 × 360 resolution.

Available for now only in Japan.  
¥19,800 ($260)

Source: Engadget 

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