Update: everything is working now – images and all. Took a while though.
I finally was able to install ushahidi, a crowdsourcing mapping software. It is fatnastic and makes life easy creating geospatial mapping – however installation took quite a bit of effort because some files were missing and directions are not clear. I also succeeded in translating the interface into Arabic and managed to have Arabic language on it. A proud moment in my life for sure! 🙂 So.. while it is still in beta, some things don’t work – such as the images do not show up and some minor stuff, but for the most part, this is the first geospatial mapping of human rights abuses in the Arab Middle East after al Jazeera used it to record the War on Gaza.
- Mapping human rights abuses in the Middle East
Web-based alternative to photoshop: Pixlr. I keep losing it in my bookmarks and even when I search bookmarks I cannot find it – so here it is in all its glory.
Even more fun is Sumo Editor… soooo cool!! link
I just found this really interesting feature: a web 2.0 presentation site that allows you to create and show your presentations online. Pretty cool, huh?.
You can embed your presentation or keep it on their server or put it in a webpage. See samples of some presentations online. They have interesting themes too.
Shared Copy! what a fascinating tool!! It helps you annotate web pages and send them to someone and get feed back. Soooo cool! View the demo: