I’m doing a keynote session for the Basic/Advanced Training track for the K12 Online Conference in October — themed “Unleashing the Potential” (Darren had great words of flattery, plus its a great gang to team up with). The ideas are still brewing, but I was keen to rather than talk generally about the nuts and bolts of broad technologies like blogs, wikis, RSS, to come up with a great set of discrete, neat things one could do with existing web tools, either doing something cool within a common tools (e.g. annotated images with flickr notes) or doing something creative with lesser known tools like gliffy.
So obviously, I do not have a big overflowing bag of items, so I am tossing this out to the wider net to ask others to contribute– an open wiki is posted at http://cogdoghouse.wikispaces.com/webtricks.
What is concocted will be set up in a fascinating, loosely joined structure that is yet to be determined. How is that for vagueness?
So what is your coolest, most obscure web trick?
The post "Build My Presentation (Please?)" was originally pulled like taffy through a needle's eye at CogDogBlog (http://cogdogblog.com/2006/09/build-my-presentation-please/) on September 12, 2006.