Wikis can be a powerful tool to collaborate with a bunch of people, manage notes, and meta-tag all types of content for future reference. With all their strengths, however, one of the biggest fall backs of the wiki is the inability to be productive in a wiki environment while disconnected from the cloud. Well, that […]
The guys over at gottabemobile received some interesting correspondence from a reader. According to the reader, Dell sees the education market at the point of entry for a tablet, and that one may be on its way in late spring of 2007. Now that Microsoft is packaging tablet technology into Vista, only the hardware part of the equation remains. Here’s an interesting quote from the article: […]
37Signals has just blogged about the eagerly anticipated calendar feature for its hit Backpack online application. You can see it in action via a recorded Quicktime demo at their site. Like most everything else they make, the calendar looks pretty impressive, yet very simple to use. This may be one of the missing links to […]
Chris Pratley, now the Group Manager for Office Authoring Services (which includes OneNote, Word, and Publisher) has posted an excellent entry on his blog on how OneNote notebooks can be synchronized across multiple computers. OneNote, for those of you who haven’t seen it before, is Microsoft’s omnipresent data capture tool. Simply put, OneNote is a […]
TechCrunch is one of the best web 2.0 blogs out there. Not only do I rely on it to get the latest word on emerging online applications, but recenly Michael Arrington has added some great, in depth reviews of popular web applications. In the latest review, TechCrunch takes on the major mapping services from Ask.com, […]
It goes without saying that I believe WordPress is the best blogging application available today. This week Automattic, the company founded by Matthew Mullenweg – developer of WordPress, annouced it had received “a little funding“. That’s great news for all WordPress fans, especially those who use Automattic’s WordPress.com. Like most open source applications, not all […]
The boys over at 37Signals dropped another hint that Sunrise may be around the corner. ‘Bout time the world got a decent CRM tool….I hope they don’t dissappoint us.
Well, I shouldn’t say that with such excitement, since I put a lot of time into customizing Squible for this blog. Overall I like the look of this theme, but as it stands today, it is awfully flaky on some browsers….especially the beta Microsoft IE 7. I know that is more the fault of the […]
Here’s some good advice for new and would be bloggers. I’m sure I could use this advice as well.
The last few weeks, rumors have been running rampant on the blogosphere (really, the entire Internet) about a brand new device that will be loaded with a Microsoft operating system. Whether or not Redmond is orchestrating this buzz is beyond me, but the speculation up to this point does have me very interested. Code named […]