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Antonio Lupetti, one of the coolest CSS gurus, compiled his multiple blog entries and published a FREE eBook “The Woork Handbook”
Download the Woork Handbook [PDF]The book contains articles with code sections, images, illustrations and links to original contents on woork.
I wrote about Twitter many times in SoulSoup and elsewhere.
Nowadays, more and more people finding new ways to use Twitter (and other microblogging platforms) in business. Laura Fitton collected a nice list of articles on usage Twitter for Business Reading List. Some examples:
- Brave New World of Digital Intimacy, New York Times Magazine
- CEO Guide to Microblogging, BusinessWeek (6-part Special Report)
- Four Ways Companies Use Microblogging, CIO Magazine
- Five Marketing Tips for Tackling Twitter, Steve Mulder
- How Twitter Can Help at Work – Shifting Careers – Small Business – New York Times Blog
- Tara Hunt’s Tweeting for Companies 101
At Web Worker Daily Aliza Sherman wrote a post on 10 Everyday Ways to Use Twitter for Work
From Lee Leefever : Twitter in Plain English. Genius as usual!
BTW: I am SoulSoup (obviously) at Twitter!
At an experimental Web site, Many Eyes, (www.many-eyes.com), users can upload the data they want to visualize, then try sophisticated tools to generate interactive displays. These might range from maps of relationships in the New Testament to a display of the comparative frequency of words used in speeches by Senators Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama.
PlanHQ is a web based business plan tool that wants to help small and medium businesses to more effectively manage their teams, financials, and, most importantly, their projects.
Enterprise 2.0 from the point of view of the vendor, specifically startups. This is a 30,000 foot view, but we aim to get past the hype to insights you can use in your startup. Further posts in our recently launched Enterprise Chanel will drill into specific market segments, companies and technologies.
If you’re a web designer that’s into experimenting and trying out new applications (they don’t cost a dime), check out these 10 Adobe AIR applications perfect for web designers. Graphics designers, interaction designers, and web developers might also find this collection useful.
Blog + Book Site of Nancy Durate
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One of the barriers commonly cited during my presentations around eLearning 2.0 (use of Web 2.0 / social media for work and learning) is that organizations often have not established their policies or guidelines around the use of these tools. Unfortunatel
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OpenKM is an multiplatform application for document management based on open technology (JBoss + GWT + Jackrabbit). Thanks to its elegant and intuitive interface, OpenKM transforms complex operations into easy tasks. It allows the storage, classification
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