Here’s a free Web-based tool that allows you to upload a large image and embed a widget to let your users view, zoom, and explore it. This is new to me, via @brianboyer.
To be fair, these aren’t 3 “easy” steps or 3 “relatively uncomplicated” steps (several wizards are involved) BUT the result is awesome, and indeed, requires no coding knowledge.
js-embed poll stuff worth checking out. My issue is always trying to find something that embeds the results also and doesn’t force readers to click through to a 3rd-party site.
Check out what Koci put together with a beta tool from Vuvox.com. Interactive package with multiple slideshows and other elements — if it’s as wysiwyg as their other tools, this is killer.
I hadn’t noticed this bit of information yet: “Disqus is built using the Django web framework…”
Not exactly what I had in mind, but I think I can hack my way around the sketchy hosted bit to figure out the right place to call the KML. Not that I’m in any hurry to get this one done. Need some data first…
Okay, here’s a useful and simple video plugin for embedding videos that have already been posted to YouTube or elsewhere.
Looks like a multiple-video FLV player for WordPress. Not what I was looking for this second, but damn that could be useful.
From the maker of the FLV player comes this embeddable Flash MP3 player. It’s not rocket science, and it ain’t that pretty, but it could get the job done.
How to embed Flash on the page in a standards-compliant way across all browsers, with options to autodetect version and upgrade the Flash player. Conclusion? UFO or SWFObject.