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    • IncredibleEmbeddables
      Make your news site unforgettable.
    • WHY?
      Why do people play Farmville? Or post status updates? Or microblog?
      Readers want to explore ideas — learn, understand, and experience. And they want to build connections.
      Adding interactivity transforms the reader from passive observer to active participant and co-creator.
      This is good for your site.
    • Look to the best
    • Soundlides
      http://soundslides.com/
    • Photopeach
      http://photopeach.com/
      • Web-based. Free. Simple.
      • No control over transitions
      • Pay ($3/mo) to customize audio or photo durations, effects
    • Animoto
      http://animoto.com/
      • Web-based. Free. Simple.
      • Upload your own mp3 file
      • Free videos limited to 30 seconds
      • Free videos branded with logo
    • flickr
      http://www.flickr.com/
      • Web-based. Free. Simple.
      • Professional look. Full-screen viewing option.
      • View slideshow, click share, copy embed code
      • Captions do not display by default
      • No audio option
    • Vuvox
      http://www.vuvox.com/
      • Flash-based sliding collages
      • Presentations are heavy
      • Interweave photos (including cutouts), audio, and video.
      • Still in beta
      • Embed optional pop-up videos and link to external content.
    • Photosnack
      http://www.photosnack.com/
      • Web-based. Free. Simple. Stylish templates.
      • Viewer controls slideshow (click to advance)
      • Add audio, descriptions and links
      • Free version has watermark at beginning
      • No audio-image pairing
    • Dermandar
      http://www.dermandar.com/
      • Web program. Easy to use.
      • Make a 360 or wide angle panorama
      • Clean, professional
      • Need to adhere to panorama shooting guidelines
    • Magtoo
      http://www.magtoo.com/
      • Web-based. Free.
      • Create slideshows, panoramas or “trip shows”
      • Panoramic stitching not as clean as Dermandar
      • A little cheesy
    • CleVR
      http://www.clevr.com/
      • Web-based. Free. Easy to use.
      • Drag and drop, then stitch together
      • Final image is downloadable
      • Use Hospots to include other images, links and info
      • Not frequently updated
    • Google Maps
      http://maps.google.com
      • Web-based. Free. Easy to use.
      • Use rich text editor to include information
      • Embed photos and video
      • Use placemarks, lines and shapes
      • Collaborate with others
    • Many Eyes
      http://www-958.ibm.com/software/data/cognos/manyeyes/
      • Web-based. Free.
      • 16 types of visualization
      • Interactive (hover effects)
      • Somewhat steep learning curve
      • Must front-load data prep
    • amCharts
      http://www.amcharts.com/
      • Free with small logo/link.
      • 11 types of Flash charts, 9 JavaScript/HTML5
      • Must be downloaded and created locally.
      • Can use .csv and .xml files to import data
    • Protovis
      http://vis.stanford.edu/protovis/
      • Free and open.
      • JavaScript based (no Flash needed)
      • Steep learning curve, but extensive documentation
      • Attractive output
    • StatPlanet
      http://www.sacmeq.org/statplanet/index.html
    • Hohli
      http://charts.hohli.com
    • Dipity
      http://www.dipity.com/
      • Free with ads and no custom branding
      • Easy to use. Web-based.
      • Paid version required for multi-user
    • Timetoast
      http://www.timetoast.com/
      • Free and very easy to use
      • Clean interface and display
      • Text or timeline view
      • Entries expand to show larger image, details
      • No video support
    • Simile
      http://www.simile-widgets.org/timeline/
      • Open source. No Flash.
      • Two choices of theme (dark and light)
      • Steep learning curve
      • Not very customizable
    • Quizsnack
      http://www.quizsnack.com/
      • Free with company watermark
      • Simple to set up
      • Single-question polls, personality quizzes, and surveys
      • Free version only allows you to see 10 survey responses
      • Customize size and colors
    • ProProfs
      http://www.proprofs.com
      • Free without tracking and storage
      • Simple interface
      • Embed pictures, video or other html
      • Show answers at end
    • Prezi
      http://prezi.com/index/
      • Create Powerpoint-like presentations with motion
      • Free and not-too-complicated
      • Customizable, including adding audio
      • Combine graphics, text for powerful user-controlled presentations
    • Wix
      http://www.wix.com/
      • Create Flash websites on the web
      • Time-intensive to build, but sophisticated look
      • Free version not embeddable
      • Great for feature packages with multiple parts
    • xtranormal
      http://www.xtranormal.com/index
      • Free with educator account
      • Create computer-narrated animations
      • Use to explain/simplify something complex
      • Interesting platform for bloggers
    • Scribd
      http://scribd.com/
      • Free document hosting
      • Large community of readers and writers
      • Upload MS Office documents directly
    • issuu
      http://issuu.com/
      • Mostly publications (magazines, newspapers)
      • Embed on your site
      • Full-screen viewing mode
      • Very clean
    • DocumentCloud
      http://www.documentcloud.org
      • Free. Easy.
      • Upload documents you have the rights to and comment
      • Embed annotated
      documents on site
      • Make sense of more
      complicated docs
    • SlideShare
      http://www.slideshare.net/
      • Free. Easy.
      • Upload slideshows and embed
      • Work from PowerPoint originals
    • HandBrake
      http://handbrake.fr
    • Tal.ki
      http://tal.ki/
      • Free. No login required.
      • Embed directly into your site
      • Lots of junk, need to filter
    • Tangler
      http://www.tangler.com/
      • Free. Easy.
      • Now has TanglerLive option to work from Twitter
      • Login in required
    • Keepstream
      http://keepstream.com/
      • Use to store fleeting ideas
      • Simple drag and drop
      • Be a virtual discussion facilitator
    • Curated.by
      http://www.curated.by/
    • Storify
      http://storify.com/
      • Curate content created by others
      • Use multiple reports to cover an event
      • Tied into Facebook, Twitter, flickr, youtube
      • Search for CC content, too
    • Intersect
      http://intersect.com/
    • SoundCloud
      http://soundcloud.com/
      • Community audio
      • Mostly used by musicians and composers
      • Invite your audience to comment (e.g. on an interview)
    • Audioboo
      http://audioboo.fm/
      • Free. Mobile-friendly.
      • Made for short audio podcasting on the go.
      • iPhone and Android apps
    • Cinch Cast
      http://www.cinchcast.com/
      • Lots of ways to contribute content
      • Includes options for text and photos
      • Easily embeddable
    • Cover It Live
      http://www.coveritlive.com/
      • Free for basic service
      • Branded
      • Tweet in comments
      • Comment from site as well
      • Polls
      • Official commentators
    • UStream
      http://www.ustream.tv/
    • Livestream
      http://www.livestream.com/
      • Allows for free stream
      • Needs strong, reliable
      signal (hard line best)
      • Viewers can discuss live
      • Multi-camera option
      • Delay in syncing
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      http://www.jtoolkit.com/wp/And another:http://www.multimediashooter.com/And of course:http://jeadigitalmedia.org/For a frequently updated list of free online tools:http://www.kcnn.org/modules/the_freebies_list/