As a Breeze junky and a consummate blogger, it only seemed natural to start Ars Aura: The Art of Breeze. Ars Aura is a blog dedicated to providing tips & tricks for building presentations and catalogueing interesting Brezo's.
Well I thought It would be a match made in heaven but alas. One of the drawbacks of a Breeze presentation is that you have to provide a separate mechanism for printing slide notes. I thought how super-cool to have the speaker handouts embedded in the final slide as Flash Paper!!
*sigh* It's like I've been holding my breath for such a long time... at long last I can scream from the roof tops "It's alive! Breeze Live is here".
One of the things that sets Breeze apart from other presentation platforms is it's audio management. And in terms of the "experience", the audio really makes or breaks a presentation. What follows is an "unofficial" FAQ on common Breeze audio misconceptions and wonderments, originally compiled by members of the Breeze team and annotated by yours truly.
Sam Neff, fellow Team Macromedian, has whipped up a great presentation called "Serving Word". It's a ten minute treatise on dynamically generated MS Word documents using a combination of HTML, XML, and CSS.
Finished up some training on CFMX administration a few weeks ago. It struck me that there is very little in the way of admin information for CFMX bar a few technotes -- so I put together a humble little Breeze presentation to run folks through server settings and their nuances.
Well I've been hitting the road selling Breeze, and I've pretty much converted myself :) Read "new-born Breeze evangelist here" and expect my new Breeze category to be populated with my ongoing discoveries and adventures in this area.