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NMC 2.0: The Content is You

by Top Dog at CogDog It on Nov 08, 2006

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Presentation by Tom Hapgood and Alan Levine for the NMC 2006 Regional Conference. An overview and attempt to solicit input for the new iteration of NMC's web presence.

Presentation by Tom Hapgood and Alan Levine for the NMC 2006 Regional Conference. An overview and attempt to solicit input for the new iteration of NMC's web presence.

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  • cogdog Alan Levine, Top Dog at CogDog It Very Cool! That makes a lot of difference. I would ditch the next/back navigation as a slide click; and make it done via the buttons, space bars and arrow keys.

    But you really also should consider autolinking any URLs that appear in the notes, e.g. http://slideshare.net/cogdog/nmc-20-the-content-is-you/1
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  • cogdog Alan Levine, Top Dog at CogDog It Links mentioned in presentation are at:
    http://www.nmc.org/nmcpedia/Content_Is_You_Links
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  • rashmi Rashmi Sinha, CEO at SlideShare Hyperlinks do work (e.g., click on 'People' above), its just that the ones on the right or left get obscured by the navigation. We are thinking about how to address that. 7 years ago
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  • cogdog Alan Levine, Top Dog at CogDog It It's not nearly as good until slideshare adds ability to preserve hyperlinks! 7 years ago
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