November 26, 2009

Interact with Twitter during presentations

With Tweet Bubbles you can get floating notifications from a hashtag or user:

TweetBubbles is a tool which can make your presentation more exciting by live feeding Twitter during events or seminars.

Keynotetweet lets you post something when a slide comes up.

Simply add text inside the tags [twitter] and [/twitter] in the presenter notes section of a slide and when that slide comes up in the presentation the script will grab that text and send it to Twitter on your behalf.

I can see a very cool presentation being done by using these tools.


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