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February 27, 2008

Dan Walker's Travel Website

Dan Walker's Travel Website - read about a guy who has visited every sovereign county in the world.

February 26, 2008

Daily Motion

Find or upload videos about "your interests and hobbies, eyewitness accounts of recent news and distant places, and everything else from the strange to the spectacular" on Daily Motion.

Alpha channel video with effects

Here's a new example of

Alpha channel video with effects.

February 25, 2008

Embed a quiz or survey into your blog or website

We have some exciting news, especially for all you bloggers out there.

Now with Wildform Online you can embed your quiz or survey directly into your blog or web site and still get the results sent to you. For step by step instructions on how to embed a quiz or survey into your blog or website, please see our latest tutorial:

How to embed a survey or quiz on your website or blog

To test it out yourself take the quiz. (You can use a fake email address, if you don't want to give your real one.)


Flair Presentation for HUD (Housing and Urban Development)

We've just posted a new example of a presentation created in Flair for the Housing and Urban Development Department of the US Government (HUD).

Here's the example: HUD: Showing the Way

February 22, 2008

A Little Friday poetry

warm glow of polished silver
rising from her skin
softens night's hard edge

winter night on black river
car speeds
hungry she unbuckles my belt

portable phone in her ear
fingers between legs

Like this? You can find more here in
Pillow Talk

Erotica, Poetry and Art. The human comedy in erotic haiku by Marc Zegans with gestural drawings by Gabrielle Senza from press

February 21, 2008

Free Jukebox Template

Here's a free template of a jukebox that can be used to load any type of file that Flair creates.

You can view the template here.

Go to this page to download the template.

February 20, 2008

New online training: using presentation controls in Flair

One of the great new features in Flair is the ability to play your presentations and projects with a remote control. Here is an online training video showing you how to do this:

Using Presentation Controls in Flair

February 19, 2008

New example: Flair features jukebox

Come see the features in Flair in the Flair Features Jukebox

February 14, 2008

New example: Flair image jukebox

Here is an example of the many different kinds of image jukeboxes you can easily create in Flair.

February 13, 2008

New example: Flair video jukebox

This Flair video jukebox is easy to make in Flair.

February 12, 2008

New Example: do cool things with video in Flair

Flair makes working with video fun, fast, creative and easy.
Here is an example of some of the basic transitions and effects you can apply to your video in Flair.

February 11, 2008

Flair Review - Easy and Efficient Conversion of PowerPoint to Flash

The PowerPoint evangelist Geetesh Bajaj has reviewed Flair for his well-regarded site on all things PowerPoint to Flash, Indezine. This is what he has to say about Flair!

"Flair is a very capable Flash editor that's been built specifically to make conversion of PowerPoint content to Flash easy and efficient. And it performs this task much better than any of the PowerPoint to Flash converters available."-- Geetesh Bajaj,

Read the entire review.

February 08, 2008

Getting Starting with Wildform Online

Here's a new tutorial on how to get starting using the Wildform Online service.

Getting Starting with Wildform Online

New Flair Example: Horzontal Scrolling of Images

This relates to the online training that I posted yesterday.

It's an example of a horizontal image scroller that you can make in Flair.

Go here to view the example.

Go here to view the online training that shows you how to make this.

February 07, 2008

New Online Training: How to Use the Image Scrollbox

How to Use the Image Scrollbox in Flair

Learn how to add vertical and horizontal scrollbars to any Flash (swf) file!

February 06, 2008

New Flair Example: sample animations

This jukebox shows a small sample of the animations included in Wildform Flair.

Wildform Flair Animations Jukebox

February 05, 2008


As they say on their site, "Geekcorps’ international technology experts teach communities how to be digitally independent by expanding private enterprise with innovative, appropriate, and affordable information and communication technologies."

Jeffrey Sacks in his article A Global Coalition of Good describes Geekcorps thus:

"Geekcorps is, well, just what it says. Its Internet-age volunteers bridge the digital divide one network at a time in the villages of the low-income world. They train people in information and communications technologies and advise them on starting businesses using these new skills. Working in Timbuktu and beyond, Geekcorps relies on its "Desert PC," specially designed for the low electricity access and high temperatures and dust of the Sahara."

The Geekcorps site contains success stories and a list of their current volunteer programs.

February 04, 2008

New Flair online training - Animating Objects

Here's another new online training tutorial for Wildform Flair.

This basic tutorial shows you how to animate an object in Flair.

How to animate an object

For more Flair online training tutorials go here.

February 01, 2008

One Laptop per Child (OLPC)

In 2005, Nicholas Negroponte, co-founder and director of MIT's Media Lab started the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) target="blank" foundation. The vision is to give every child on the planet a laptop.

The program has received a lot of press recently.

Lesley Stahl’s 60 Minutes piece, “What If Every Child Had a Laptop” conveys Negroponte's inspired dream.

Virginia Heffernan in her article "Children’s Crusade" in the New York Times Magazine writes,

"The XO was designed, with much fanfare, for One Laptop Per Child, the marvelously hubristic organization created by the M.I.T. new-media guru Nicholas Negroponte to equip two billion children in poor countries with a means to educational salvation. In October, Negroponte presented the laptop at the Vatican to an audience of Roman Catholic schoolteachers and nuns. He stressed that his laptop would not run programs like Word, PowerPoint or Excel. When third-world kids use mainstream office software, he said, “that breaks my heart most.” Instead, he went on, “the children should be making things, they should be sharing things, they should be creating music, creating pictures, making videos, playing with mathematics, accessing the Internet.”

Much of the recent press covers the difficulties this project has endured.

Laptop Program to Intel: Good Riddance is a good article covering some of the hardships the project is facing and contains an interview with Walter Bender, the software president of OLPC.

Big Delays for Small Laptops: OLPC Recipients Irate is another article on the troubles.

Mathematician and computer scientist Seymour Papert (a former Media Lab person) provides the vision of "constructionism" which is the learning theory at the heart of the OLPC program. A synopsis of his theeory can be found in this review of his work. Mindstorms: Children, Computers, and Powerful Ideas

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