25 April, 2013

Calling All Bloggers

I am planning to add several new features to my blog in the coming weeks and months, and the first one I'd like to tackle is the development of a slide library which readers can peruse and download. 

I think I make reasonably nice slides. The few I have included in prior posts are personally made using PowerPoint. As an art-major-turned-oncologist, I take some pride in the graphics I create for my lectures. 

I inserted the images above as screen shots, not editable slides. It is important to me that the content be editable to make it as useful to users as possible.  What I am envisioning is essentially an amyloidosis/protein folding disorder/myeloma/hematology/cell biology reference deck one can use in his/her own talks.

No plans to upload entire lectures complete with copyrighted survival curves or tables snatched from journals. 

The question at hand: best way to do it? Advice from blogging gurus out there? Looking at SlideShare currently, but it seems like I would have to load slides in as multiple one-slide files. A friend suggested I also take a peek at Google Docs. 

Any other suggestions? Anybody create something similar to this to which they can point me?


  1. For todays current mobile technologies most reliable way is to use Android Developers SDK on google which is free and use that to build your library .. that will easily be accessable by people worldwide and the best thing is there's only a one time fee to pay once ready to publish. Another alternate route is Corona sdk. GOOD LUCK!

    1. I'll look into both! Thanks so much! Anyone else with experience with these apps? Thoughts?