Not sure if I'll be able to make the associated event but thought I'd share some tools I like regarding the theme 'beyond the slideshow':
*Prezi - it can be quite cumbersome at first but gives a different experience to that of a typical slideshow.
*SpicyNodes - very similar to the above although more of a mindmap.
*Diigo - If you create a list you can actually then view online resources in the form of a slideshow. It will also show any comments you've added to a particular webpage from your Diigo account etc. Not necessarily beyond the slideshow but much more interesting and people can visit your list afterwards.
I hope it's OK to post examples of work relating to the theme 'beyond the slideshow' here...
here goes another one:
"Mining's Legacy: A Scar on Kansas" by Thad Allander is semi-dedicated site hosted by www.ljworld.com including audio slideshows, interviews, videos, galleries, audio panoramas, facts & figures, illustrations and a glossary all relating to the issue of coal, lead and zinc mining in Kansas.
Thank you so much for this recommendation Reinaldo! I watched every video on Richard's website without stopping. The most interesting video work I've seen in years. Hopefully I'll be talking to him on the blog soon :) http://blog.livebooks.com/resolve_pj
Does anyone have some advice for me regarding multimedia presentation.
For my new project I am looking into this form of presentation. Would like to combine, photo s film sound into one feature, do like the style of Magnums in Motion Acces To Life. Are there any companies/people/editors/etc that anyone could recommend to contact. Any idea what the costs would be for an 10 min item?