Marc and Angel have a good post on how to use Google’s advance search operators to find very specific files and file types. They compare this type of powerful Google search to the latest incarnation of Napster. Enjoy!
From Digital Inspiration comes a nice list of free screen capture tools. I do agree with the recommendation of buying SnagIt if you are going to be doing a lot of screen shooting. Well worth the $40. Otherwise these free tools will get you what you need.
You might also want to check out this post on capturing shots from your browser and if you need to capture motion and screen activity instead of static screenshots check out the post on Screencasting tools.
I’ve played with this a little bit but not for a “real” conference. It looks really nice. Especially considering the price tag.
Has anyone had any exeperiencs with this tool? I’d love to hear how it worked for you.
Digital Inspiration has this fantastic article on how to embed PowerPoint presentations in your blog or webpage for free using Flicker or Picasa web albums. Very cool and very useful.
Good info on how to capture good screen shots and/or edit them to make the look their best.
Check out this great Google Cheat Sheet. You will probably find some really useful tips to help you find exactly what you are searching for. Enjoy!