Now you can upload your keynote documents created on iWorks and share it to the world on SlideShare. All you need to do is compress your Keynote file as a ZIP and then upload that ZIP to SlideShare.
This looks like a good solution to my previous rambling about looking for a Apple IWork Keynote converter for Windows. So, for doucment publishers who are simply too lazy (or can’t) convert their keynote document to PowerPoint, you know what you can do now.
SlideShare might just be the first website to support the direct upload and conversion of Keynote files.
Ain’t that hilarious? Why wasn’t Apple or Microsoft the first to do that? I’m pretty sure that there’s lots of people looking for this solution for a long time coming!
via SlideShare Blog