Prezi is nothing if not divisive. Some people love it, some people hate it - I'm in neither of those camps. I find it very useful in some situations, but still use good old fashioned PowerPoint Slides for more than half the presentations I give. Prezi should be used for a reason.
Prezi is relatively new (it's been around since 2009), it's getting more popular (there are around 40 million users now) and it's improving its interface all the time. Some people accuse it of being style
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From school classrooms to Apple product launches, slideshow presentations have quickly become the standard accompaniment to lectures. You can't give a speech without a slideshow, it seems. And they all feel same. Presentations are dominated by Microsoft PowerPoint and Apple Keynote, apps that are all but omnipresent.
The "Gothesques" are as a matter of fact a trade mark (kind of "gothic and bourlesques"), but steampunk isn't.
The photo over by Alisa is not a righteous "steampunk" per se, anyway it is very near to the trend, being called "Map to Mordor" (Mordor is the mythical land in Lord of the Rings, where the hobbit Frodo had to dispose of the magical ring to bring peace to Middle Earth. If you search for an assonance rhyme to it, you cannot pass by "murder". There are numerous maps, e.g. on flickr https://www.flickr.com/search?text=Map%20to%20Mordor&sort=relevance )
Es ist soweit. Am 25. September bringt BLiNKBOOKS "Die Auslöschung der Mary Shelley", den ersten von der Software "iWright" geschriebenen Roman auf den Markt.Initiator des Romans ist der Freiburger Autor Marc Buhl (Das Paradies des August Engelhardt).
iWright ist eine völlig neue Software, die ähnlich dem Roboter-Journalismus in der Lage ist nach eingabe bestimmter Key-Words völlig autonom Texte zu verfassen.
Mick D Kirkov's insight:
Writing automatically, well... Who's the reader? An Automate? Then making pictures out of? Automatically?
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Nope, but yeah, in somehow terms. Behind the advertising for the self, "für die eigene Sache" of +Babbel you'll see - maybe - how difficult it is to create in your mouth the sequences of unaccustomed sounds, i.e. how many times you should have repeated before and how many talents you should possess for to really compose a word in a sentence in a foreign language and then speak it off in real time. So be musical and very quickly calculating in each your step and then try it. But speaking a language or two besides yours remains for the poetry of one's own life, not for the calculating of its ROI. Mit andern Worten, es lohnt sich nicht - put in other words, it doesn't pay off, иначе говоря, не воздастся оно тебе сторицей, не оплатится...
The comments down are a real pleasure to read, e.g. by Sam Hill • 18 days ago
Think of it like this... You have a door to your home it is necessary for you to enter. You personally monitor who enters when you are home. When away you rely on locks. You may have an alarm system. You keep your valuables and money at a bank, who relies on better locks and alarms. Now for the honest awful truth. Locks, alarms, and laws do not deter the dishonest they may slow them down a bit but they do not stop them. The only thing those items do is keep honest people honest. The internet is no different. If you are to have access so do I. Nothing guarantees that when you drive to the store you will return safely, accidents, attacts, robberies, happen to someone every second. Risk-reward, life is a gamble, you pays yer money and yers takes yer chance.
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