It’s difficult describing a search engine. What else one could say about it, except that it finds stuff?
But how about when you need to look up for something specific and all you get back is a bunch of information that not only you don’t have the time to process, you also don’t get the info you are looking for.

I once asked myself from where do people take all those PowerPoint slideshows i keep getting into my mailbox and of course i thought that they just “google” stuff. What else, right?

Somebody  thought about making a search engine dedicated to PowerPoint slideshows ( that has nothing to do with Google) –  SlideFinder.

I tested it with a search for “statistics 2009”, and i got back  some really great and relevant results.

There’s probably more to say about it, but i am having another blogger’s block, so i’ll leave you to it.

Visit SlideFinder.

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  • Hi Rick,

    Glad you find it useful. All credit goes to the SlideFinder team.

  • Carol,

    Thank you for finding this… I am tasked with putting together, on a weekly basis, a powerpoint presentation for my Church. This will serve as another great resource.

    Rick

  • Hi Rick,

    Glad you find it useful. All credit goes to the SlideFinder team.

  • Carol,

    Thank you for finding this… I am tasked with putting together, on a weekly basis, a powerpoint presentation for my Church. This will serve as another great resource.

    Rick

  • Hi Rick,

    Glad you find it useful. All credit goes to the SlideFinder team.

  • Carol,

    Thank you for finding this… I am tasked with putting together, on a weekly basis, a powerpoint presentation for my Church. This will serve as another great resource.

    Rick

  • charlenequxy

    It is such a great web. Before i found some people searching slides with great efforts, but in vain. Slidefinder has collected the slides together, thus we can enjoy more PowerPoint slideshows.