If you have used Google Docs and Scribd, another online storage that you should try is Issuu. Issuu is an online service that allows for realistic and customizable viewing of digitally uploaded material, such as portfolios, books, magazine issues, newspapers, and other print media. It integrates with social networking sites to promote uploaded material (Wikipedia).
To know more about Issuu, click the video below.
If you want to store or share your file online other than Google docs, one way of sharing them is through Scribd. Scribd is an online sharing program where you can store and share your documents. Scribd also allows you to embed Scribd-stored documents in blogs such as the one shown below.
You can use a free account here. Once you are enrolled, you can add up Matheamtics and Multimedia’s Scribd account at http://www.scribd.com/mathandmultimedia.
Although the list below is specialized for math bloggers, they can be used by bloggers of any field. I have used all the software below,
- WordPress. WordPress is a free blogging site. Upgrade is available (for a fee) for larger storage and domain name customization. I chose WordPress to host Mathematics and Multimedia mainly because of its Latex support. As of this writing, as far as I know, two of its top competitors, Blogspot and Typepad, do not support Latex yet.
- Google Docs. Google Docs can be used to store and share documents online. It has its own word processor, spreadsheet, and presentation software. It has currently released a new drawing software. You can use Google Docs to store your documents and link your blog to it.
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