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Ruby on rails (RoR)Propmansheet is a Ruby on Rails spreadsheet. It was developed using "active scaffolds" for the British Red Cross in London. Screen print Propman by Grosvenor systemsIt makes it easier for property professionals to present and input property analysis and key note data ... [More]
pykeynote is a Python extension module for KeyNote. It provides a high-level object-oriented interface to the KeyNote trust management API. From the KeyNote web page: Trust management is a unified approach to specifying and interpreting security policies, credentials, and relationships; it ... [More]
This small applications lets you choose a Keynote slideshow and extracts the presenter's notes from it: the notes are then formatted and put in a new Pages/TextEdit/BBEdit/TextMate document. Keynote is needed to make this application work.
RationaleI work in research, and once in a while I need to give a talk or lecture. Normally I would use Apple's Keynote to show the presentation, but right now I have a Vista-based notebook. So my idea was to simply export the slides to a PDF using my Mac at home or create some slides with ... [More]
The Squidy Interaction Library eases the design of "post-WIMP" user interfaces by unifying various device drivers, frameworks and tracking toolkits in a common library and provides a central and easy-to-use visual design environment. www.squidy-lib.de
This simple piece provides the capacity for speaker or presenter to to participate in the backchannel of a talk or conference session by integrating live 'tweets' into an Apple Keynote presentation. Simply add text inside the tags [twitter] and [/twitter] in the presenter notes section of a ... [More]
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