Yes they did – and apparently it allows;
PowerPoint users to capture, synchronize, and publish audio, video, slides and images to create engaging rich media presentations that can be viewed in a web browser
But about the actual product release I don’t care too much. No what kind of got me excited was this post by Mary-Jo Foley, uber Microsoft watcher and ZDNet blogger who announced to the (non Microsoft world) the release.
She referenced the Microsoft announcement which was made by Microsoft staffer Nick MacKechnie. And where does Nick reside you ask? Redmond? Nope
Check out his profile – yes New Zealand (and Christchurch for that matter) can lay claim to Nick. As for Producer for Powerpoint…. I think I’ll stick to Zoho and google docs.