Presentations of the year 2010

Creativity | 2010.12.31 15:12 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Popular presentation-sharing website Slideshare posted its annual

Zeitgeist summary Thursday, bringing some interesting data to the fore.

 

For instance, presentations written in Japanese have the highest average

number of slides (42), women use fewer slides than men in their presentations

and the longest presentation uploaded in 2010 is 1,937 slides long.

Zeitgeist.jpg

This year’s report also laid out some data about the 1,000 most popular

presentations on its site this year: 

  • Popular Presentations Use a Lot of Slides: The total number of slides 

    in the top 1,000 slide decks has about 63 slides per presentation.

    The average number of slides for all presentations is 19. 

  • Popular Presentations Use Few Words: Popular presentations use

    about 24 words per slide. 

  • There’s Something About Keynote: While only 2% of all presentations

    were made in Apple Keynote this year, almost 16% of those in the top 1,000

    were made in Keynote.

      

If you’re interested in digging deeper into what makes a presentation so good

that people want to share it, check out the most popular presentations of 2010.

Eighty-two slide Social Media for Business came in first, followed by Steal This Presentation, which is appropriately a presentation about how to give presentations.

The entire Zeitgeist slideshow is available below:

SlideShare Zeitgeist 2010

View more presentations from Rashmi Sinha.

This is retrieved from mashable.com

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Top 10 Educational issues in 2010

Education | 2010.12.21 23:04 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

This is an article about top 10 educational issues in 2010 by Dave Cormier,

who is an educational technologist.

# Top 10 of 2009. I like the winner. the Zephoria incident. “will you knock down the tower”?

# Best of 2008… the end of ‘the killer app’. and the ‘end’ of blogging.

# best of 2007? well… tough to ignore twitter going crazy. But i love the Tom Wood story.

# Top ten of 2006? oh Ted Stevens. We’ll always wonder if that dumptruck of internets arrived to your office.

# My top ten edublog news events of 2005. Winner? browser based app. fav? 100 laptop doesn’t exist.

Number 10
Free is dead
We rang in the early part of the year to news that Ning was going to force people to pay for the fine work they were doing and then the year was going out with delicious maybe going into a ‘sunset’. We’re all coming to terms with the fact that people need to be payed for the work that they do.

Number 9
Wikileaks
Leaks that were a flood to a website that wasn’t really a wiki. An international manhunt and
a new flag to fly up the ‘internet is dangerous’ flagpole. If there was a story this year that threatens open access to education, this is the one. All that and not for many surprises, rich people in the Caucasus throw big parties and some people in government are kind of annoying. Open still good… but probably going to get harder.

Number 8
Pads
Ipads, blackpads and android oh my! (android understanding table) I know i’m a convert, and any of the rest of you caught with any so retro as a ‘laptop’, had better be making a fashion statement.

Number 7
Angry birds bringing the tetris
Angry birds got the mobile devices into the hands of the people this year. All those people claiming to be working when they flipped their iphones over in the meeting room you were in? They were smashing blocks and trying to get their eggs back. But it brought the mobile device, and the obsessive use of it needed to get it into the mainstream out to people. Like tetris and the home computer, angry birds may be the secret weapon that made the mobile computer mainstream.

Number 6
switching to google
The university of Alberta wants you to know that lots of people love the switch to googledocs. (i do too)
As we all move inexorably towards our google overlords its our email that is now moving under its inevitable sway.

Number 5
Old Spice
A marketing campaign that targets the guy who runs the moodle installation in your university. (yup, they responded to a tweet from @kvillard who work at my uni) How does this change the way that kids need to be prepared…? Now there’s a 21st century skill. (How it was done)

Number 4
Pearson to get accreditation and private online schools
So, it seems that all kinds of people are talking about giving out degrees nowdays. I wonder if they’ll get a cut on their book prices?

Number 3
The end of research
http://ngrams.googlelabs.com/
http://www.nytimes.com/2010/12/17/books/17words.html?_r=1
It seems that we have lost interest in the word ‘fly’ since we starting being able to do it. It also seems that the words ‘love’ and ‘art’ dip in their use during the first and second world wars. In their ongoing attempt to take EVERYONE’s job, the job of the fearless data researcher is quickly going out the door… slackers like me can now wax philosophical over ideas that we came up with over a pint and ‘researched’ in 10 seconds. Haha.

Number 2
Cable Green, director of elearning and open education for the State Board of Community and Technical Colleges rocks.
A real, honest to goodness, open textbook model

Number 1
Netflix. Yes. Netflix.We’ve seen piles of amazing video this year, and the Ted talks have taken over many a discussion table, and not just those deemed cool enough to be able to attend. In netflix we have a potentially sustainable model for learning video, that could easily replace all those rabid intellectuals who believe that CONTENT is what they’re selling. If learning is about content, then video is the way to put it together, and netflix is the way to sell it. It’s not the education system i want. But at least it would work.

Read more at davecormier.com
 

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How the World Searched with Google in 2010

Creativity | 2010.12.12 07:19 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Since it's birth in 1998, Google has become our gateway to the Web

(its supremacy threatened somewhat now by Apple and Facebook).

It processes over 1 billion search requests every day, each request giving

an inkling of what matters to people in the moment. In 2010, 65% of daily

searches were conducted through Google. It only seems right then to look

back at what was close to people's hearts in 2010 through the eyes of Google. 

 

In the video Zeitgeist 2010, Google shows us top events and moments from

2010 from around the globe through Google search, images, and video.

 

For more on the spirit of 2010, check out the most popular and fastest

rising searches in 2010 on Google. One very popular young man:

16 year old Canadian pop sensation Justin Bieber.

Other dominant queries: iPad, Chatroulette (which randomly pairs strangers

for live webcam chats) and FIFA World Cup. People did search for financial

crisis and calamities in Haiti and Pakistan, but apparently the economy

and humanitarian disasters could not compare with the fastest rising list: 

  1. chatroulette
  2. ipad
  3. justin bieber
  4. nicki minaj
  5. friv
  6. myxer
  7. katy perry
  8. twitter
  9. gamezer
  10. facebook

 Retrieved from http://bigthink.com/ideas/25342

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Sting – Live In Berlin (2010)

Music | 2010.11.30 03:58 | Posted by 스마트 안전보건

Sting's Live Concert in Berlin, Germany 2010.

 

 
This new and great album from Sting titled .::Live In Berlin::. (Live) . This genre of album is Pop .
 

09 – Shape Of My Heart : 192 Kbps

Read more at www.mvcenter.com

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