Archive for April, 2007
For a long time I tried to avoid Twitter, finally when I started – immediately got hooked into. Micro-blogging with IM (GTalk) and mobile phone is silly but too addictive!
Get me in Twitter here.
Also I realized, how much of my life is online. Is it just me?
- My work and research blog (this one – you silly!): www.soulsoup.net
- My rant (multi-author) blog: http://bigbangbong.wordpress.com/
- My photo album: http://www.flickr.com/photos/soulsoup/sets/
- Books I am reading: http://www.shelfari.com/SoulSoup/shelf
- Blogs I read everyday: http://www.bloglines.com/public/anol
- Article / Posts I am tagging: http://del.icio.us/AnolSoulSoup
- My Orkut Profile: http://www.orkut.com/Profile.aspx?uid=13680581678323345885
- What I am doing NOW: http://twitter.com/SoulSoup
I was also playing with Feedblendr, an online feed mash-up utility like Yahoo pipes for non-geeks, and blended almost all (Shelfari still doesn’t provide any feed, grrrr!) feeds together. Seriously you don’t need this, but still…
There are two types of Internet users, those that use RSS and those that don’t. This video is for the people who could save time using RSS, but don’t know where to start.
Note: I know it’s everywhere already and I am late. But this one is too good to pass!
Outstanding Adobe CS3 video tutorial page that shows us a ton of the new features in the form of screencasts or video tutorials.
Adobe Video Workshop is a DVD included with all the CS3 products. The online version, which contains over 200 videos, can be viewed FREE on the Adobe site.
This is a great resource from Adobe and Lynda.com!
After Feed), to provide resources for the web entrepreneurs and Web 2.0 startups. It is edited by Carleen Hawn and will have on guest entrepreneurs and other experts come on and share their experiences in building companies.(
The state of social networking software for the enterprise by Ross Dawson.
Social networking software is at the center of technology hype… Yet social networking is not just about friends and personal networks. Applying social networks in the enterprise is a sweet spot that has massive potential value. At the heart of the issue is how you tap the true potential of an organization, by bringing its most relevant expertise and resources to where they can be of most value.
Via: George Siemens
1) Organizations tend to be unaware of their own strengths and expertise, suggesting they are unaware of the power of their own networks. 2) Expertise and knowledge are not “database-able.” The first claim almost follows from this one.