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Stratepedia picks for April 6, 2012

Aaron Dropbox Referrals Now Earn You Twice as Much Free Space: Need more space on Dropbox? Still have friends and colleagues not already using the insanely popular file syncing and sharing service? You can now get a cool 500 megabytes … Read

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Follow us on Pinterest!

  A few months ago I wrote about organizing ideas and saving links on Pinterest. This free website allows you to browse images and save them into groups that you’ve organized. Pinterest makes it easy for users to upload new photos … Read

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5 ways to renew interest in your RSS reader

Recently, I found myself in the bad habit of skipping over many of the blogs in my Google RSS reader or clicking the mark all as read button to clear everything out. I was missing interesting articles and relevant information. … Read

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What is Pinterest?

…and how does it apply to me? Pinterest.com launched in March of 2010 but really gained popularity in 2011. This free website allows you to browse images and save them into groups that you’ve organized. Pinterest makes it easy for … Read

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Use Asana to manage meetings and tasks

Asana is a free online tool that helps to delegate tasks and keep team members informed. Notes are stored online and can be accessed anywhere. Creating an account is free and relatively painless; you’ll just need to check your email … Read

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Evernote and Skitch join forces

We are pretty big fans around here of the free note-taking tool, Evernote.  Evernote recently acquired the handy image-editing tool, Skitch. Skitch allows you to capture and edit images without changing the original picture. The interface makes it easy to upload pictures … Read

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How do I create folders in Google Docs?

I’ve been using Google Docs more frequently to collaborate with multiple groups and projects. Google Docs is a free, convenient way to store and share documents with multiple people. My biggest complaint, as well as many other users’, was the … Read

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Reduce errors with one simple tool, a checklist

I recently finished reading Atul Gawande’s book, The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right.  In it, he discusses how something as simple as a checklist can save lives by reminding those in charge to complete important tasks.  Not only … Read

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