I’ve seen a lot of notice about a new search tool from Blinkx.
If it does some of the work of the Dashboard project, but working on Windows platforms.
Question: I’d like to convert all my old powerpoint presentations to something a little more Web-centric. Sure, you can Save_As…. to an HTML file in Powerpoint, but we all know that’s not too standard compliant.
Obviously batch conversion would be ideal, something like TidyHTML, but not for Microsoft Word, but Powerpoint!
Lists are the haikus of the overly organized. Some of these examples aren’t so organized, but worth a look: Timothy McSweeney’s Internet Tendency: Lists
Some excerpts (taken totally out of context):
Just caught another episode of History Detectives a PBS show. The whole episode was about investigating objects related to Hollywood and the film industry. Simply fascinating. Possibly the only show that gets more interesting with each episode without a continuous narrative thread.
Magician, Actor, Sleight-of-Hand artist and David Mamet regular has his own radio show: KCRW Arts & Culture: Jay’s Journal
Learn, be amazed, and tell your friends. RealAudio format.
you get out of your Honda, walk over to your office at UT while drinking a green iced-tea with your tofu-based lunch you just picked up at Whole Foods while carrying your Apple Powerbook in your backpack and wearing shorts, a tshirt and sandals all while you’re thinking about your next software startup idea.
Life is good.