At heart, Plaxo is a manager for your address book (or Rolodex if you happen to be of a certain generation).
Seems like almost every day a new social media platform is born. If you added them all up, you would easily be in the hundreds.
Obviously, all of them are too much for all of us to pay much attention to, but there are a few you should not only know about,
but participate in.
E-mail is a great communication tool. But sometimes, it simply falls flat on its face. TimeBridge and Tungle help users get down to business.
E-mail is a great communication tool. But sometimes, it simply falls flat on its face.<
E-mail is a great communication tool. But sometimes, it sim-ply falls flat on its face. It doesn’t convey emotion well without riddling your messages with little smiley faces to connote a joke, or sarcasm. (As a side note, I feel compelled to tell you that if you’re considering using sarcasm in e-mail, don’t. Sarcasm and […]
Wikipedia remains the de facto standard for research, having an archive containing more than 15
million articles. But if you need to go beyond the basic facts, there are a variety of places to turn.
Why would you want to check in at various locations on your smart phone?
Sharing this guilty pleasure makes me feel a little … well, grimy.
The latest from Apple could change the face of publishing.
When the work seems to pile up, OmniFocus and Things can help productivity.
Augmented reality is, essentially, the melding of our physical world with digital information.
Just keep repeating to yourself: Stuff won’t make me happy…stuff won’t make me happy…
Need your entire team—no matter where they are—to be working together? Here’s a site that will help.
"Do you tweet?" The answer for you (and your business) needs to be, “Yes, I do.”
Stitcher bills itself as “a leading mobile audio company that provides a revolutionary media service which allows audio content to be easily aggregated, organized and shared on mobile devices.” It’s sort of like DVR for radio.
I really like: a) having something all about me, b) doing something on my own time, and c) having some sort of idea what’s going on. There are, of course, a couple of problems: a) most things aren’t about me, b) time is rarely my own, and c) there’s so much going on in the […]
Why discuss the swine flu in a Web column? Well, with information regarding the current situation changing on a daily, even hourly,
basis, the Centers for Disease Control is working hard to keep people informed, including "broadcasting" updates via Twitter.