Have you ever felt frustrated when you’re asked to give a PowerPoint
presentation in front of your classmates or collogue?
Do you want to become a great presenter like Steve Jobs?
A lot of people have asked question about how to make a great PowerPoint
presentation on the web like Yahoo Answers. One common is [...]
iPad on Ulitzer
iPad on Ulitzer - There may be little left for Apple to announce about its
purported tablet or iSlate come January 27, a date change since January 26
was noised about. The rumor mill is slowly teasing out all its secrets.
The great unveiling, according to the Financial Times, is still supposed to
be at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco but now it’s
supposedly on the last Wednesday of the month rather than the last Tuesday.
The Wall Street Journal came running out late Monday with the news – shared
by “people briefed by the company” – that Apple w... (more)
Attensity Group has issued its analysis of public reaction in Twitter to the
release of the Apple iPad.
This analysis follows Attensity's previous report on sentiment around the
iPad after its official launch announcement in late January.
Over the weekend of April 3-4, Attensity evaluated the sentiment of 50,000
discussion-oriented messages, or "tweets," on the iPad using Attensity
Analyze for VOC, part of Attensity's semantic analysis application suite.
Seventy-three percent of the tweets expressed positive sentiment toward the
iPad. The features that apparently make people happi... (more)
Oracle Keynote at Cloud Expo
There's not enough iPads to go around so Apple is delaying the thing's
international launch a month until the end of May.
It puts it down to stronger U.S. demand than it expected. You will recall
that the dingus was supposed to be available everywhere in late March, then
it went to U.S.-only starting April 3.
Anyway, Apple now says, "Although we have delivered more than 500,000 iPads
during its first week, demand is far higher than we predicted and will likely
continue to exceed our supply over the next several weeks as more people see
and touch an i... (more)
A while back, mashups were all the rage. The idea was to compose solutions
that provided aggregation and integration across applications and services to
make information more available, useful, and personal. Mashups ushered in the
era of Web 2.0 in all it’s socially connected goodness. They taught us that
to be successful, we needed to add web service APIs to our web applications.
Web and client based mashups met with great success and have evolved even
further with the introduction of the internet connected smartphone. Nothing
is more available, useful, or personal than our smart... (more)
June 6, 2012 was the iPv6 day – we no longer have to worry about running
out of IP addresses.
World IPv6 Launch: June 6: The Internet Society, an international nonprofit
organization that advises on Web standards, policy and education, has
selected June 6, 2012, as the World IPv6 launch day. This date will mark the
beginning of a new phase in the life of the Internet, when IPv6 begins to
become a normal part of the Internet experience for everyone—taking over
Not only is it the end of iPv4 era it also is the end of IE era – Chrome
first overtook IE on Sundays!