Whether you like it or not, we will be parted forever with the year of 2010; whether your life is worth or not recollecting, we should record the aftertaste of the past 365 days with a special form, such as Slideshow DVD.
To the world, what has happened in 2010 is the most eye-catching? The top searches of 2010 tallied up by Yahoo.com will provide a snapshot of a culture in motion.
In short, it is composed of a man-made disaster (BP Oil Spill), a global sport (World Cup), pop culture’s leading ladies (Miley Cyrus, Kim Kardashian, Lady Gaga, Megan Fox, American Idol, and Britney Spears), one young gent (Justin Bieber), and gadgets starting with an “i” (iPhone 4).
It is said that BP Oil Spill became the most searched term on Yahoo! in 2010, and it is also a first for a news story to rank No.1 in the past decade. South Africa, the first African nation to host the FIFA World Cup, welcomed 32 nations in a global tournament of men’s football/soccer. People took an online crash course in the sport, learning about the rules of the game, the major players, the octopus oracle Paul, and native horns that just wouldn’t quit. The iPhone’s fourth coming captivated naysaying geeks and covetous consumers alike, and beat out the iPad in searches. In addition, there are six young entertainment celebrities and one show involved.
To everyone, there were also lots of memorable and important things happened in 2010.
- For a family, someone celebrated his/her birthday, someone graduated from college, someone got married, someone spent his/her holidays abroad, someone gave birth to a child, someone celebrated their wedding anniversary, someone got family reunion in Thanksgiving Day, or someone passed away.
- For many business persons, it is time to make a summary for the past time at the end of the past year and make plan for future at the beginning of the New Year.
- For the teachers and students, it is also a good chance to share their experiences about teaching styles and learning methods with their counterparts.
Precious gains not only should be stored in our minds or memories, but also backed-up in a reliable physical carrier, for example Slideshow DVD, which is a kind of DVD burned from Microsoft Office PowerPoint presentations, in which you can add templates, music, pictures, videos, animations and transitions to enrich your story of 2010. You can keep all your gains and losses in the burned discs or give a copy of it to your trusted persons.
In addition, you can convert your PowerPoint presentations into video files with some PPT to Video Converter, so you can upload them to video-sharing websites (like YouTube) to share with your friends and family far away.
If you would like to both burn your PPT files to discs and convert them to video files, there is one wonderful tool – Moyea PPT to DVD Burner Pro, a comprehensive PowerPoint to DVD/Blu-ray/Video converter – you can turn to. For more information about this three-in-one tool, you can go to: http://www.dvd-ppt-slideshow.com/ppt_to_dvd/. Enjoy it!
Happy New Year!
- Share the PowerPoint Video to Honor the World AIDS Day 2010
- Back to School 2010: Coping with the First Year of College
- Plant PowerPoint to DVD, Share Slideshow on TV Screen
- Share Happy Moments of Veterans Day with a Video Slideshow
- 2010 FIFA World Cup Stadiums
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