Posts Tagged ‘youtube’

How to embed a Youtube video in Powerpoint

April 11, 2011

As part of your project work in school, you may want to embed a Youtube video in Powerpoint. The following video shows you how to embed a video from Youtube in Powerpoint 2003.

The Power of Social Networking

October 28, 2010

Facebook, Twitter, Blogs,  MySpace, LinkedIn, Foursquare and many more. You can’t escape social media or social networking.

So what is Social Media?

Facebook is now the largest social media site with over 500 million users worldwide. These are the top countries on Facebook based on the number of users:

1) USA (142M)
2) Indonesia (29M)
3) UK (28M)
4) Turkey (23M)
5) France (19M)

MySpace this week revealed an all new look for their site. You can read about it here.

Twitter is now growing at a faster rate then Facebook and what do you think is the second biggest search engine in the world after Google?

Yahoo or Bing?

Answer: Youtube.

There will be more posts in the next few weeks on each of these social media sites and how you can make use of them.

YouTube Channel

April 26, 2009

We now have our own YouTube channel.

I have uploaded some videos to the blog for ECDL Module 1 and on using your Google Apps account.

You can access the channel here or click on the YouTube logo in the right column.

May find these useful

June 6, 2008

Here are a few things I intended to post during May but I didn’t get a chance.

10 Interesting Things You Can With YouTube or Google Videos

Looking for free online storage for your music files and images. There are now a large number of online storage providers. Very handy for backing up your files. Thanks to The PutPlace Blog for doing a very useful summary.

If you are already using Google Apps, then you are aware of Google Sites. Google have now made Google Sites available to all users. So if you want to build and host your own website for free – visit Google Sites.

Finally, we should know on Monday June 9th about the latest iPhone.

Will it have 3G? Maybe a choice of colour? A better camera?

Steve Jobs will reveal all next Monday when he delivers a keynote speech at the 2008 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco.