Monthly Archives: October 2011

Almost a Week Live

Ok, so we have been live with the beta almost a week as I write this. So far, lots of sign-ups, but not so much on new presentations. So, tell us – is there a hang-up somewhere where you get … Continue reading

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Fixing bugs as we go

Well, today (and yesterday) we have been fixing bugs as they are reported. As is always the case, while fixing some things, other things break. We spotted an editor bug that prevents you from saving (pretty much rendering the editor … Continue reading

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Slidepoint.net is Live

Today (Monday, October 17th, 2011) at approx 2pm EST, slidepoint.net (beta) went live.

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We Are Ready to Go Live

As I write this, I expect us to be live with the beta shortly (hours maybe). I thought it might be a good time to say what will not be available right away – as in, yes – we will … Continue reading

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Final Home Found – slidepoint.net Site moved to LiquidWeb

After an exhaustive search and many discussions with various hosting companies, we decided to host the slidepoint.net platform on liquidweb. We developed the majority of the platform on one of our servers over at rackspace, but we did not want … Continue reading

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We are Almost There …

As I write this (Tuesday October 11, 3:00 pm EST), we are almost ready to go live with the beta! Crossed off of our list since my last post are the following: PowerPoint Converter App is finished, now recognizes most … Continue reading

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Latest Progress

This week has been full of progress! We pretty much finished up our web-app (non-editor) portion of slidepoint.net, including these core pieces: Account Overview and Settings Account Profile (avatar, metadata, social links etc) Referral ID system (refer people, get extra … Continue reading

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