Friday Finds | July 7, 2017

Even with a short work week here in the U.S., I’ve still managed to find some more good things happening at the intersection of learning, technology, and social media.

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If you’d like to create your own online video channel with videos from Youtube, Vimeo and Wistia together in a single place, Vimsy is for you. Vimsy makes it super easy to create anything from a simple, branded video portal. So whether it’s training or anything else, you could be on your way to your very own personal Netflix.

Vimsy is free to use except for the payment and subscription features, (they take a 10% transaction fee on all sales) Why not give it a try?!

Presentation Tips

Grab a copy of this handy one-page guide to creating better presentations by Tomas Bay.



If you ever need some design help for applying those presentation tips, one place that could be helpful is Pslides. Pslides is a newish site for sourcing slide designs including a few good free ones.

Re-Enable EPS Files in PowerPoint

In a recent update, Microsoft disabled PowerPoint’s ability to edit EPS files due to a security risk. If you create your own EPS files or trust the sources you get them from you can grab this free PowerPoint add-in that will let you continue editing EPS files as you did before.

L&D People You Should Be Following

Here are some of the people I’m grateful for and learn amazing things from every day.


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Published by Mike Taylor

Born with a life-long passion for learning, I have the great fortune to work at the intersection of learning, design, technology & collaboration.

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