Monday, December 7, 2009

Luidia eBeams whiteboard sessions to Kindles

Luidia's eBeam software "now allows users to send a wide variety of interactive whiteboard-generated content directly to their Amazon Kindle or Kindle DX."

This is a press release but an intriguing one, tweeted by kindledxfans.
' Luidia users have long been able to save content from whiteboard sessions – including material generated by or annotated with dry-erase markers – to laptops and other personal computers.  Now, Luidia’s software makes saving whiteboard content to both a Kindle and Kindle DX as easy as choosing “Send to Kindle” on a pull-down menu.

  Students can review class lessons, parents can see what children have studied in class, and businesses can review presentations and brainstorming sessions on their Kindle.  This new feature is not only convenient, it also is a paperless, environmentally friendly alternative to taking conventional notes. '
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