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Feed Reader Highlights - February 13, 2009

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February 7, 2009 Unsolicited Advice is a Valuable Clue. February 8, 2009 Marketing to Moms? February 7, 2009 Twitter To Start Charging Companies For Having An Account? February 10, 2009 White House goes Live! February 11, 2009 Craig on Community. February 11, 2009 How ‘Big’ Is the Library of Congress? February 11, 2009. Special treatment. Read the Digital Mom Report.

Feed Reader Highlights - February 13, 2009

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February 7, 2009 Unsolicited Advice is a Valuable Clue. February 8, 2009 Marketing to Moms? February 7, 2009 Twitter To Start Charging Companies For Having An Account? February 10, 2009 White House goes Live! February 11, 2009 Craig on Community. February 11, 2009 How ‘Big’ Is the Library of Congress? February 11, 2009. Special treatment. Read the Digital Mom Report.

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Feed Reader Highlights - February 14, 2009

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February 13, 2009. The theory and practice of movie website design.

Shared Items - February 12, 2009

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Just In Time For The Election, Politics.com (re)Launches. October 24, 2008.

My App Gap Posts for February 2009

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Here are my App Gap posts for February. Below are the ones for February. In addition to the Fast Forward blog (see side bar for links), I am writing in another Corante blog, the App Gap, sponsored by QuickBase, The posts began toward the end of January 2008. In this case, I am primarily doing product commentaries with a few other things thrown in. There will be more in March. PBwiki Enhances Its Document Management Capabilities. iQuest: Making The Enterprise More Transparent.

Feed Reader Highlights - February 28, 2009

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Data: What Happens to PR Firms in a Recession, a 2009 Forecast. Rogue Archivist Campaigns to Be Obama’s Printer. Only a Cable Guy Could Come Up With Newsday ’s Pay-Only Scheme. JPG Magazine Has Been Acquired, Lives Anew. Big Bad Apple. Back in Black! Google’s Piddling $60 Promise To Writers. Trek Fans Respond to Abrams With Mock Mag. TV.com Brings (Some) Full Episodes to Your iPhone [IPhone]. The Next Net: our lives described by our wanderings.

Feed Reader Highlights - February 27, 2009

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Print Your Favorite Wikis As Books, Courtesy Of Wikipedia (And PediaPress).

Feed Reader Highlights - February 26, 2009

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HOW TO: Organize a Successful Tweetup.

Feed Reader Highlights - February 25, 2009

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5 Startup Tips From the Father of Gmail and FriendFeed. Crowdsourcing Border Patrol. Product Review: Kindle 2 Brings Books Closer to e-Nirvana. Paul Dunay: More Thoughts on Thought Leadership. Safari 4 Beta Released for OS X, Windows.

Feed Reader Highlights - February 24, 2009

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PHOTO: Less as a sales tool: five by Haagen-Dazs. Firefox Mobile (aka Fennec) Will Sync Tabs with Firefox on Your Desktop [Fennec]. The LEGO Group Makes Fast Company's Top 50 Innovative Companies!

Feed Reader Highlights - February 23, 2009

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TED Prize: Sylvia Earle on protecting our most precious resource. Taito Brings Official ‘Space Invaders’ to the iPhone. Facebook Photos Pulls Away From The Pack. Open Innovation Speaker Series at UC Berkeley. Star Wars Real Storm Trooper Hoodie By Marc Ecko - Marc Ecko Enterprises. A Day In The Life Of Comcast’s Frank Eliason [Twitter]. How To Make Twitter Sound Like Music To Your Ears.

Feed Reader Highlights - February 22, 2009

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A software-developer-meets-OS X love story. How We Bungled the Digital Television Transition. Adidas Pioneered in Providing Custom Footwear. Did You Delete Your Facebook Account?

Feed Reader Highlights - February 21, 2009

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Awww… Twitter Helps You Make Friends With Shaq.

Feed Reader Highlights - February 19, 2009

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Mozilla And Skype Back EFF On iPhone Jailbreaking DMCA Exemption Request.

Feed Reader Highlights - February 15, 2009

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Why Intel Is Investing in Social Computing - Leading by Example.

News Updates (February 27, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

SP Accelerator 2009. iSixty Innovations released SP Accelerator 2009, an offline client for SharePoint. Thank you for considering SP Accelerator 2009 as your offline SharePoint tool of choice, the project team have been working on the reader and basic Editions for over a year now and they are super excited to have started working on the Premium, Business and Ultimate editions. KMWorld 2009. KMWorld 2009 will be held in November in San Jose.

News Updates (February 26, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

The Marketing Now conference is being held in New Zealand in April 2009, all about using social media and online marketing. NZ SharePoint Conference 2009. Chan and team are planning a 2-day conference in New Zealand on SharePoint in July 2009. Collaboration on Intranets. James is seeing an increased interest among firms about exploring how to support collaborative work through the intranet. " But there is no doubt that Web 2.0

News Updates (February 10, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Google is hosting a webinar on February 12 at which one of its Apps customers will talk about the experience and benefits of shifting from Microsoft Exchange to Google Apps. Next Thursday, February 12, we're pleased to welcome Jud Clift, President and Founder of ASE Technology, who uses Google Apps to manage his print technology business. From Exchange to Google Apps.

News Updates (February 5, 2009)

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GroupSwim is hosting a webinar on February 18 looking at improving the performance of technical teams through social collaboration tools. RM Interchange. Thomson Reuters launched RM Interchange, a new instant messaging hub to support interoperability between vendor products. " RM Interchange is the world’s first global instant messaging hub which connects users of Cisco's Jabber XCP, IBM's Same Time, Microsoft's LCS/OCS and Thomson Reuters' RM – both easily and cost effectively.

News Updates (February 24, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Key Trends at the 2009 Small Business Summit. Three Cs of the Intranet. To describe why you need an intranet, consider this one: connect, communicate, and collaborate. This is a far-cry from "publish", however. and points to the intranet becoming a place for work rather than a place for reference. And finally, it sounds a lot like Lotus's "communicate, collaborate and coordinate" from the 1990s. Trends in Facilitation.

News Updates (February 12, 2009)

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Larry is at the FASTforward 2009 Conference, and offers some insights into what might be in the next edition of SharePoint. MeGlobe for IM with Translation. MeGlobe released its name-sake service for real-time language translation in IM. " In an era where geographical distances have long been eliminated from communication, language barriers still pose many challenges.

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News Updates (February 17, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Verizon Adds IM. Verizon announced that it is integrating its Verizon Conferencing service with popular instant messaging services, so that enterprise customers can initiate a Verizon audio conference from within IM. Available immediately for " IBM Lotus Sametime Unified Communications and Collaboration; Microsoft Office Live Communications Server 2005; and the Cisco Jabber XCP ", with OCS 2007 support "coming". RIM and Lenovo Alliance.

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News Updates (February 16, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

SharePoint and Outlook Integration. Scinaptic Communications offers OnePlaceMail, an integration between Microsoft Outlook and SharePoint. Capabilities: " Drag & drop Outlook emails/attachments directly to SharePoint; Capture email metadata automatically; Dynamic prompt/completion of destination library metadata (columns); Right-click Send To (from Windows Explorer) directly to SharePoint; and Drag & drop pictures directly to Picture Libraries. Available immediately.

News Updates (February 11, 2009)

Michael Sampson - Currents

Mobile Working. The Bottom Line on BBC last week talked about mobile working. " It was an excellent discussion with important points raised around meeting people in person, eye contact, the power of serendipitous conversations in the office, being able to visually assess products (and how that can’t be done remotely). The discussion moved quickly and then talked about home working, given travel issues this week with snow in some areas of the UK it was relevant.

Messaging News (February 2009): Lotusphere 2009 - IBM Comes Out Swinging

Michael Sampson - Currents

The February 2009 edition of Messaging News is now available. My article starts on page 24 of the PDF, providing a review of Lotusphere 2009. " This year was no exception as Lotusphere 2009 was held in Florida January 19-23, and saw IBM coming out swinging for greater mindshare and a revised perception of strength and capability among IT strategists. ". The messaging and collaboration year kicks off in January with the annual IBM love fest for Lotus customers.

Gurteen Knowledge Cafe Bristol: Generosity: 4 February

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The next Gurteen Bristol Knowledge Cafe is going to be held in the ever-generous Pervasive Media Studio , Bristol, on Wednesday 4th February, from 18:30.

Photos of Las Vegas 2009 - Part Two

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More from my February trip to Las Vegas

Social Networking's New Global Footprint | Nielsen Wire

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RSS Contact Us Consumer Health Media And Entertainment Online And Mobile Politics Sports Social Networking’s New Global Footprint March 9th, 2009 Posted in Global , Media And Entertainment , Nielsen News , Online And Mobile | 26 Comments Two-thirds of the world’s Internet population visit social networking or blogging sites, accounting for almost 10% of all internet time, according to a new Nielsen report “ Global Faces and Networked Places.&#

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Colligo Webinar on Getting Value from SharePoint (February 2009, Webinar)

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Date in February 19. I'm the guest speaker at Colligo Networks next public webinar, speaking on the topic of "Getting More Value from your SharePoint Deployment". Industry analysts have identified SharePoint as a key technology to help companies manage their way through these difficult economic times. Many companies have deployed SharePoint in areas like document management but most are only scratching the surface of what SharePoint can do for their organization.

My Fast Forward Posts for February 2008

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Here is the monthly listing of my Fast Forward blog posts. I find it helps me with an archive and hopefully is also useful to you. There is a separate category for these summaries in my right side column on this blog. There will be more in March. What Does Computer Use Really Do to Our Minds? Phonetic Alphabet: the Information Technology That Keeps On Giving. The Don Tapscott Show at FastFoward 09. Orion Corporation's One Search Experience. Charlene Li on Social Technologies.

Conspicuous, but not Consuming | GOOD

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Join GOOD Login GOOD.com Blogs Magazine Video Events Community search Advertisement 8 48 Conspicuous, but not Consuming Posted by: Stephen Linaweaver , Brad Bate , Michael Keating on June 20, 2009 at 10:00 am Why Facebook is more important to the environment than solar panels.

21st Century Learning: The Art of Building Virtual Communities

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21st Century Learning « Learning 2.0 | Main | Meme: 8 Random Facts » The Art of Building Virtual Communities This is cross posted over on techLEARNING. Come join in the conversation. Anyone who has ever thrown a party or held a meetinghas had this unvoiced fear: what if after all the work of preparation, nobody showsup? Or worse, people show up, take a quick look around, decide it isn’tworth their time and leave!

Photos of Los Angeles 2009

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You can find my dining experiences at Los Angeles Dining Update – February 2009. I went to LA for the weekend prior to FastForward 09. This is a random collection of impressions. LA is an alternative universe. You can click on the images to enlarge them

Links of the Week -- February 21, 2009

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BLOG Links of the Week -- February 21, 2009. Good Magazine charts fuel efficiency (gallons of fuel per passenger to travel 350 miles) under different capacity situations for different means of travel. Thanks to Craig De Ruisseau for the link. Northern Voice '09: I've been at Northern Voice this weekend -- the annual self-managed conference of social networkers held in Vancouver.

Links for the Week -- February 14, 2009

How to Save the World

BLOG Links for the Week -- February 14, 2009. "25 Top: Major agricultural producers (dark green); Bottom: Countries facing drought in 2009 (red) - another crisis looms. 25 things about me" collage; thanks to Pete McGregor. for #25; all other photos except #8, #10, #16 by the author.

Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2 | Full Circle Associates

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Share and Enjoy: 12 responses so far 12 Responses to “Skills for Learning Professionals…Part 2&# # Ken Homer on 05 Jul 2009 at 2:41 pm Nancy, For me reading these last two posts has been like having someone point out various constellations in the night sky.

Future of Web Apps (FOWA) Miami February 23-24: The Place to Be

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We look forward to meeting in Miami, February 23. The FOWA Miama Conference web site promises: . "We’ve We’ve got some awesome speakers lined up for you this year and a ton more to come! It’s gonna be bigger and better than ever. So don’t miss out.".

The Leading Virtually Digest, February 27, 2009

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What: Research article on communication in virtual product development teams. Posts it is related to: Freeing Yourself from Email , The Evolution of Harmful Email Habits , How do I begin to Improve the Functioning of my Virtual Team? Bottom line: The authors of the article studied members of virtual teams engaged in new product development.

The Leading Virtually Digest, February 14, 2009

Leading Virtually

What: Story on NPR about the use of video conferencing in immigration courts. Posts to which it is related: Supportive and Critical Communication in Virtual Teams , Lessons from Victorian Technology. Bottom line: This piece demonstrates some of the issues that arise when a form of virtual collaboration is used strictly for efficiency with no adjustments made for interacting virtually instead of face-to-face.

The Leading Virtually Digest, February 8, 2009

Leading Virtually

What: Financial Times special report about the current downturn offering opportunities for distributing leadership and the use of flexible virtual teams. Posts to which it is related: What President Obama Teaches Us For Leading Virtually , So Far And Yet So Near , Leading Virtual Communities: Do We Have the Answers , Are Casual Virtual Team Participants Endangering Virtual Teams.