May Allen of SlideRocket has created an interesting deck that highlights some of the most dramatic and talked-about presentations of the past decade.
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Are you looking for online word builder to make a high-scoring word from all the letters you have in a game of Scrabble?
This presentation by environmentalist Kamal Meattle talks about how you can grow your fresh air at home and office buildings using some commonly available indoor plants.
If there are a mix of people from Japan, China and Korea in a room, can you correctly identify which is which by simply looking at their faces?
This video explains a simple way to help you quickly understand the concept of Hue, Saturation and Luminosity (Brightness) for colors.
Pranav Misty of the Sixth Sense is working on a new project called PreCursor that can turn any regular computer monitor into a touch screen.
If you ever need to create diagrams for your PowerPoint slides, these simple design tips should help make your diagrams looks even better.
What percentage of the total worldâ€™s population is literate? World statistics are often hard to remember but if the same data is presented with visuals and in relative form, things can get a little simple.
Meet a new USB based charger that can charge your mobile phone or MP3 player without requiring electricity â€“ all it needs is a heat source which could be as simple as a pan of boiling water or even a campfire.
The new Windows 7 video ad features two college students, a boy and a girl, who are in different locations but manage to carry on the relationship with their laptops.
Steve Stockman, author of How to Shoot Videos That Doesn’t Suck, offers five great tips that will help you shoot better home movies with your existing video camera.
How do geeks meditate and relax their minds? This comic from Joy of Tech would give you some idea.
The heat maps drawn on Google Maps show how popular different parts of the world are among tourists. Most popular cities are in yellow while least popular destinations are in blue.
A quick visual-reference for someone who has trouble making sense of the various keyboard shortcuts that make use of the Control key in Windows.
You may be adding just a single cube of sugar in your cup of tea or coffee but do you know how may extra sugar cubes are you eating ever day through other foods & drinks?
The splash screen of Adobe Photoshop contains names of all the team members who were associated with the Photoshop product in one way or the other.
If you use your laptop computer for extended hours, watch these animated movies as they offer easy tips on how you can maintain a more healty sitting posture.
Do you want to run a video commercial for your website or your business on national TV channels? Now you can with Google TV Ads.
This unique wedding invitation card is purely made of Google search results.
This pyramid chart represents the basic needs of geeks and things that give them a high.