Blaine and my slides from XTech07. (Oh, and SlideShare needs co-presenter features!)
More XTech ’07 slides.
Care to elaborate on that what you mean by that? (co-presenter). What would you specifically want?
Off hand comment I hadn’t thought through.
But was thinking that co-presenting is reasonably common (too common?) and/or its not unusual to have several people use the same deck of slides. Be nice/interesting to be able to link to a single slide show from multiple slideshare accounts.
E.g. in this case where Blaine and I co-presented.
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