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Bloglines Training

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  • Borrowed from this presentation. See Credits on last slide: http://briangray.alablog.org/_attachments/2446127/Web2_NORASIST_OCT_2006_Presentation.pdf
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  • Thank you for your comments. Most of my presentations are actual software or web demonstrations. However, from time to time, I will be presenting in a place where I do not fully trust the wireless connection. If that is the case, I PPT it.

    When I do PPT, I tend to look for larger images that capture the essence of the topic at hand. I also try to stay away from detailed bullets for 2 reasons. One, I like to walk around and I do not have a remote mouse, therefore, if I have a lot of bullets, I am tied to the podium. And, two, if I have a lot of bullets, I start talking and I forget to advance the bullets.

    So, broad topics that allow me to talk and not worry about pushing the show along.

    The inspiration for these pictures...I saw bloglines and aggregators as a whole as a topic that a lot of people in my organization are somewhat weary of because it seems too complicated or too futuristic or too scary.

    The 1950s personified a time when humanity was weary and scared of the exploding technologies of warfare and space travel.
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  • Great presentation. Great use of pictures, good humor, good references. You have done so many things well. How about a slideshow on your personal style in presentations and PowerPoint?
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  • Aggregators take all new content from various web sites and deliver it to you.
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Bloglines Training

  1. 1. What are Feeders & Aggregators?
  2. 2. Web Feed Used for serving users frequently updated content. Web sites syndicate a web feed, thereby allowing users to subscribe to it.
  3. 3. Aggregator Making a collection of web feeds accessible in one spot is known as aggregation . The tool that does this is called an Aggregator .
  4. 4. Pythagorean Theorem The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side.
  5. 5. Web Site Web Site Web Site Web Site Web Site Web Site Web Site Aggregator
  6. 6. How Does an Alligator Work? Aggregator, Dear…
  7. 7. List of Subscriptions
  8. 8. Reading Area
  9. 9. New Content
  10. 10. Article Titles
  11. 11. Article Content
  12. 12. Blog Title
  13. 13. Like It? Keep It!
  14. 14. Well, How Do You Subscribe?
  15. 16. Find and Click the Symbol
  16. 17. Copy the URL
  17. 18. Click on Add
  18. 19. Paste URL Into Text Box
  19. 20. Click Subscribe
  20. 21. Choose a Folder
  21. 22. Click Subscribe
  22. 23. Read New Content Immediately
  23. 24. Some Sites Are Easier
  24. 25. Skips the Copying & Pasting
  25. 26. Wow, That Was Easy!
  26. 27. Credits <ul><li>Do you recognize RSS? Slide Image from Brian Gray, Engineering Librarian at Case Western Reserve Library. http://briangray.alablog.org/_attachments/2446127/Web2_NORASIST_OCT_2006_Presentation.pdf </li></ul><ul><li>Vintage Photos from http://www.plan59.com/ </li></ul>

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