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Haiku Deck partners with popular publishing platform Slideshare

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Above is a presentation made on Haiku Deck and shared on Slideshare — it also shows you how to upload your Haiku Deck presentations to Slideshare. That’s now possible going forward, as the two companies partnered today to allow users to upload slideshows made on Haiku Deck directly to Slideshare,...
Haiku Deck partners with popular publishing platform Slideshare

Dwellable founder gets résumé from iPhone app developer who claims he created ... Dwellable

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The real Adam Doppelt Adam Doppelt is one of Seattle’s more accomplished entrepreneurs, having previously co-founded Urbanspoon before moving on to his latest startup, the online vacation rental service Dwellable. Doppelt has bootstrapped Dwellable with help from a small team, so you can imagine his surprise this week when a...
Dwellable founder gets résumé from iPhone app developer who claims he created ... Dwellable

Twitter finally adds support for line breaks on the Web, poets rejoice

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I’m amazed that it took this long, but Twitter has finally added support for line breaks to the Web version of its service. Line breaks had been supported in standalone apps for a while now, so it was somewhat of an awkward omission that the website couldn’t handle them. Twitter’s...
Twitter finally adds support for line breaks on the Web, poets rejoice

1998's most intriguing OS, 15 years later: Hands-on with Haiku alpha 4

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Remember me? An OS of yore Revived and open source freed Waiting to be used Read 40 remaining paragraphs | Comments...
1998's most intriguing OS, 15 years later: Hands-on with Haiku alpha 4

RT @Mediabistro: Have some thoughts on the Tiger Woods statement? Tell us in haiku on our Facebook page: http://bit.ly/c7J1U2

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RT @Mediabistro: Have some thoughts on the Tiger Woods statement? Tell us in haiku on our Facebook page: http://bit.ly/c7J1U2

'The New York Times' Built A Robot To Write Poems

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New York Times senior software architect Jacob Harris has a thing for robots and wordplay. You may recall he's the guy behind @nytimes_ebooks, the Times answer to the elusive and inscrutable Twitter bot @Horse_ebooks. So it's only natural that Harris has now created an algorithm that extrudes haiku out of the text of Times stories....
'The New York Times' Built A Robot To Write Poems

TechStars Seattle grad GoMiles acquired by travel startup Traxo

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GoMiles, a Seattle startup that allows consumers to better manage frequent flyer miles, has been acquired by Dallas-based Traxo in a deal of undisclosed size. Led by Michael Komarnitsky and Marc Kamaka, GoMiles was part of the TechStars Seattle 2010 class. I caught up with the company (and the other TechStars’...
TechStars Seattle grad GoMiles acquired by travel startup Traxo
Here's How The Adman Who Charges $1,000 A Tweet Justifies His Fee

Haiku Deck Review

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Haiku Deck is an iOS app from Giant Thinkwell. It is available now as a free download from the App Store with additional in-app purchases, allowing users to quickly and easily build detailed presentations. When Haiku Deck is first launched, users will be prompted to log in either through social...
Haiku Deck Review

Open Thread: Should Social Media Experts Be Required to Know Their Tech?

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Social media gurus: We all know one. If you're lucky, you know only one. They are the attendees of tech parties, the "Twitter consultants," the armchair generals of the Internet, and their numbers grow by the day. Yet most of them couldn't distinguish a line of code from a badly...
Open Thread: Should Social Media Experts Be Required to Know Their Tech?
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It's big, it's beautiful, it's a slide deck! Haiku Deck uses $3M to create appealing presentations

With 500K Downloads, Haiku Deck Raises $3M Series A For Its Unique, Mobile-First Presentation Creation App

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We’ve covered Seattle-based Haiku Deck‘s iPad-based presentation tool in the past, and come away impressed. The mobile native PowerPoint killer lets anyone create attractive presentations quickly using only their device, and now the startup behind it has raised a $3 million Series A funding round, led by Trilogy Partnership and...
With 500K Downloads, Haiku Deck Raises $3M Series A For Its Unique, Mobile-First Presentation Creation App

An Actor Performs a Dramatic Reading of a Yelp Review

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"I don't think i will be eating their anymore because if the manager is not nice then what does that say about the business they are running ..." Yelp is firstly a business and secondly a civic service; thirdly, however, the crowdsourced review site plays host to a unique brand...
An Actor Performs a Dramatic Reading of a Yelp Review

Week in tech: we're all so predictable

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We'd like to think of ourselves as dynamic, unpredictable individuals, but according to new research, that's not the case at all. By looking at how customers moved around, researchers found that it may be possible to predict human movement patterns and location up to 93 percent of the time.Internet...
Week in tech: we're all so predictable
Haiku Deck Update Brings Getty Images To Slides, Adds Image History, Public And Private Notes
Haiku Deck 2.0 Brings Charts, Graphs And Lists To Its Super Simple iPad Presentation Tool

Presentations in Poetic Motion

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Presentations can be incredibly dull, with slide after slide of too much text and mind-numbing bullet points. Short of eliminating PowerPoint altogether, how can people add spice to these things? This week, I tested Haiku Deck, a free app from Seattle-based Giant Thinkwell Inc. that has the potential to shake...
Presentations in Poetic Motion

Startup advice from Haiku Deck CEO: It's not about the product -- it's how you make people feel

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Haiku Deck co-founder and CEO Adam Tratt shared some startup advice at the Seattle Tech Meetup on Tuesday. Adam Tratt’s first slide at yesterday’s Seattle Tech Meetup was simple: A picture of himself with the words “Don’t Be Like Me.” No, he wasn’t talking about the Adam Tratt of today, who...
Startup advice from Haiku Deck CEO: It's not about the product -- it's how you make people feel

9Slides releases iPad app to make slick presentations

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Does your PowerPoint presentation need a little spice? 9Slides, a Seattle startup led by former Microsoftie Ruchit Garg, thinks it can help. And today the company is rolling out a new iPad app, which allows users to quickly add video to the presentation using the iPad’s built-in camera. Garg notes...
9Slides releases iPad app to make slick presentations

A next-gen PowerPoint? Haiku Deck looks to help people make beautiful presentations

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There are startup pivots. And then there are massive reboots. Haiku Deck, which today is taking the covers off its new iPad app, is certainly in the latter category. You may recall the team behind Haiku Deck, which made waves and grabbed headlines with its creative marketing approaches   for...
A next-gen PowerPoint? Haiku Deck looks to help people make beautiful presentations
Haiku Deck inks deal with Getty Images, rolls out new features

Are Books Printed With Disappearing Ink Really The Best Way To Make People Read Them?

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As Techdirt has noted, the main threat to artists is not piracy, but obscurity -- the fact that few know they are creating interesting stuff. As passive consumers increasingly become creators themselves, and the competition increases, that's even more of an issue. For writers, there's a double problem: not only...
Are Books Printed With Disappearing Ink Really The Best Way To Make People Read Them?

GeekWire Awards: Vote here for App of the Year

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It’s time to cast your vote in one of the most hotly contested categories of this year’s GeekWire Awards: App of the Year. Competing for your vote are great mix of newly released apps along with established titles that made significant upgrades and additions over the past year. The finalists in...
GeekWire Awards: Vote here for App of the Year

Haiku Deck raises $3m to launch its iPad app for creating beautiful presentations on other platforms

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Haiku Deck, an iPad app that makes it easy to create stunning presentations and slide decks, announced today that it has raised a $3 million Series A funding round. The investment was led by Trilogy Partnership with participation from Madrona Venture Group, Founder’s Co-op, tech-entrepreneur Sarah Leary and a number...
Haiku Deck raises $3m to launch its iPad app for creating beautiful presentations on other platforms
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Haiku Deck 2.0: Charts, graphs and lists to help make presentations easier

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They spoke, and Haiku Deck listened. After listening to customer feedback for the past few months, the Seattle-based startup announced a big new version of its presentation app today. Haiku Deck is a free iPad app which automatically matches text with Creative Commons images or allows users to easily...
Haiku Deck 2.0: Charts, graphs and lists to help make presentations easier

NASA wants to send your best haiku... to Mars

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Crave's Eric Mack has one to kick things off, and he'll send your rejected poems to Mars (not that Mars) on his own dime. [Read more]...
NASA wants to send your best haiku... to Mars
Haiku Deck's Adam Tratt: 'Startup storytelling for the win'

Poetry for aliens: NASA wants to put your haikus into space, but only five of them

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NASA wants your words, preferably a haiku. It might go to Mars! Filed under: Transportation, Science, Internet, Alt Comments Via: NPR Source: NASA...
Poetry for aliens: NASA wants to put your haikus into space, but only five of them
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