Monthly Archives: October 2009

links for 2009-10-30

Facebook Warns of New Viruses (tags: facebook security) How Many Slides Should I Put in a Presentation? (tags: presentations) Become a PowerPoint Power User (tags: powerpoint presentations)

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5 places to find online video (besides YouTube)

Friday’s here! I just looked back at the archives and see that this is our dozenth edition of Friday Five. Today I’ll revisit the topic that kicked us off: How do you save online video? Although that article is dominated … Read

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links for 2009-10-29

7 Things You Should Know About Google Wave (tags: google wave) Twitter Officially Rolls Out Lists (tags: twitter) Google Wave Use Cases: Education (tags: google wave e-learning education) Digital camera inventor Steve Sasson collects honorary PhD, Economist award (tags: technology) … Read

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How to start your own blog

Have you thought about starting a blog but aren’t quite sure where to begin?  Here is a little information to get you started. 1. Inspiration.  Figure out what you like and don’t like about the blogs you are already reading. … Read

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links for 2009-10-28

Netflix for Researchers: Deep Dyve Launches Rental Service for Research Articles (tags: publishing interesting) Fake Facebook 'Password Reset' E-Mails Hiding Malware (tags: facebook security) Google's Eric Schmidt on What the Web Will Look Like in 5 Years (tags: google technology)

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links for 2009-10-27

Is Twitter Replacing the RSS Reader? (tags: twitter rss) Augmented Reality App Shows Recovery.gov Funding Near You (tags: augmented_reality) Android Phones Get a Social Address Book (tags: android social_media social_networking) How-to: recycle your old gadgets (tags: gadgets) It’s Official. Google … Read

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Everyone’s a Critic! (Or are they?) Commenting on the social web

If you attended our presentation at last summer’s international SIM® conference in Lawrence, you heard us talk about the “social technographics ladder” as described in the book Groundswell by Charlene Li and Josh Bernoff. (If you missed our presentation, don’t … Read

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Stratepedia services back online

I think my server updates are complete. There was a little more to be done than I expected, so please let me know if you see anything odd (particularly with Depot, Dossier, or Coaching Calendar).

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links for 2009-10-26

All Your Docs Belong to You: Google Docs Now Exportable (tags: google) How to Get the 'Old' Facebook Back, Kinda (tags: facebook) Tips and Tricks: Making the Most of Google Calendar (tags: google calendar)

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The fully-functioning iPhone costume will only set you back $2,000

Need a last minute costume idea? You could do what these guys did: Build your own iPhone costume out of a 42″ LCD television, connected to real iPhones. Have a great week! (via Engadget)

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