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Six Free Alternatives to PowerPoint and Keynote Twice in the last week I've been asked for a list of free alternatives to either PowerPoint or Keynote. I've written a couple of these lists over the last five years, but some of the alternatives I've shared in the past have either gone out of business or started charging a fee. Here's my updated list of free alternatives to PowerPoint and Keynote. Empressr is a fully functional, high quality, online slide show presentation creation and sharing service. FindA.Photo Stock photo search made easy Browse through over 1 million high-quality stock photos across multiple free and paid stock photo sites - from one tab. Enter your search term here ALL Filter by All, Findaphoto (Click again on filter that you want to exclude) Pixabay Filter by All, Findaphoto (Click again on filter that you want to exclude) Splashbase Filter by All, Findaphoto (Click again on filter that you want to exclude)
Photographers: The Guardians of History? Have you ever considered the responsibilities we bear as photographers? Without wishing to get too dramatic, in many ways, we photographers are the guardians of history. Just as our knowledge of history has been shaped by the paintings and drawings of our ancestors, the photographs we capture today may well shape the knowledge of future generations as they endeavor to understand our society today. And this visual history is not limited to just our society. Interior. Why You Should Certainly Coloring your interior designg Walls Gray: Gray Wall Concrete Ceiling Concrete Wall Wooden Chest Of Drawer Wooden Arm Chair Square Mirror Wooden Table Glass Window Picture Frame Garden View ~ Esspey Interior, Gray Wall Concrete Ceiling Concrete Wall Wooden Chest Of Drawer Wooden Arm Chair Square Mirror Wooden Table Glass Window Picture Frame Garden View: Why You Should Certainly Coloring your interior designg Walls Gray The cool Gray Wall Concrete Ceiling Concrete Wall Wooden Chest Of Drawer Wooden Arm Chair Square Mirror Wooden Table Glass Window Picture Frame Garden View photo above, is part of Why You Should Certainly Coloring your interior designg Walls Gray story, which is assigned within Interior. Published at December 18th, 2013 21:47:41 PM by Orlene Traver, with total 10 photographs.
Logorama wins Oscar for best animated short film Steve Douglas on March 8th, 2010 Klik hier om het <a href=" filmpje</a> te bekijken Logorama, a sixteen minute short film that pokes fun at the culture of commercialism and the impact of corporate logos on, well, everything, won the Oscar last night for best animated short film. Based entirely on characters and scenery created with famous corporate brands, Logorama is the profane and violent brainchild (the video above is definitely NSFW) of the Paris-based design firm H5, an outfit previously famous for its work in commercials and music videos. Accepting the Oscar for Logorama was producer Nicolas Schmerkin who acknowledged the film’s three directors: François Alaux, Hervé de Crécy and Ludovic Houplain.
Create a Quick and Easy Typographic Illustration in Illustrator Creating a hand drawn look in Illustrator is easier than you think. So easy in fact, that you can create an entire design that looks completely hand drawn in a matter of minutes. I’ll show you how below in this easy to follow tutorial. A Robot That Balances on a Ball Dr. Masaaki Kumagai, director of the Robot Development Engineering Laboratory at Tohoku Gakuin University, in Tagajo City, Japan, has built wheeled robots, crawling robots, quadruped robots, biped robots, and biped robots on roller skates. Then one day a student suggested they build a robot that would balance on a ball. Dr. Kumagai thought it was a wonderful idea.