Tuesday, August 26, 2008
I'm flying to the mothership in Cupertino this evening to do a live webcast on Bee Docs' Timeline tomorrow morning. I'd encourage you join me if you can and ask lots of interesting questions!
Here are the details:
Webcast Title: The Future of History: Create stunning interactive timelines with Bee Docs' Timeline 3D
Webcast Description: Bee Docs' founder Adam Behringer takes you on a tour of his award winning timeline charting software.
Bee Docs’ Timeline 3D Edition presents full screen, interactive, three dimensional timeline charts. Full motion 3D Timelines can be sent to Apple’s iPod, iPhone, AppleTV, or Keynote presentation software with a single click or exported to High Definition video formats. Create timeline charts that inspire and inform with Bee Docs’ Timeline for Mac OS X!
“Runner-Up Best Mac OS X Leopard Application” — Apple Design Award 2008
“The 3D timelines look absolutely stunning” — MacWorld
Who and When: MacLearning.org will be hosting Adam Behringer, Founder of Bee Docs for a webcast on August 27th at 10 am PDT (5pm GMT) featuring Bee Docs' Timeline 3D from Bee Docs of Seattle WA.
How to View an Apple Sales Training Webcast:
Go to the following web page 5-10 minutes prior to the webcast start time: webcast.training.apple.com
Enter the webcast ID and passcode:
Webcast ID: MacLearning
Enter your name, location, and email address. Entering this information helps personalize the webcast experience, and allows presenters and experts to contact you via email, to follow up on your questions. Entering this information is optional.
Click the Login button, and you will see the webcast stream on the next page.
You can chat in questions in the text field at the bottom of the page. Your questions may be answered by the presenters in the studio during the webcast. Please note: Presenters and webcast production staff are not able to chat back to you.
Please join us next Wednesday, August 27 beginning a few minutes before 10am PST.
...but can it export the timeline as an interactive flash for web purposes? Seems like the most useful feature is missing...
Sorry I missed it all.
Can you tell me what this website has used:
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