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Transition to Online, Part III (Google Contacts)

Google Contacts is in Beta, but it's a powerful tool when used with Gmail and other Google...

Transition to Online, Part II (Implementing Google Apps)

Moving my email experience to Gmail hasn't been as painful as I thought it would be. In fact, letting go of Outlook was quite a...

Transition to Online, Part I (A Bad Outlook for Outlook)

Bringing your personal experience completely online isn't easy, but it's less painful when you're pushed away by Microsoft...

Some notes about ‘open’

What is OPEN? This is a brief exploration of what 'open' is all...

Going Open

Crisis = Opportunity. Right? Right. This morning, my main computer crashed, taking the hard drive with it.  Right now, I’m operating from my laptop, so I’m fine and functional, but...

Twitter Integration with LinkedIn

Tweeting just got easier now that LinkedIn allows you to add your updates to Twitter. Find out how to integrate the two and save...

MemeTracker: Did The Blog or MSM Do It First?

MemeTracker is a cool and unique tool that I found last week and wanted to share with you. The original intent of MemeTracker is to identify the source of unique...

Comparing Analytics Packages

I like Piwik.  However, it still needs a lot of improvements in order to get to the level of Google Analytics or other free analytics packages. This article captures most...

Ready to Read? Check out this list

Clickz author Brian Eisenberg put together this fairly comprehensive list of must reads. Of course, I’d be remiss if I didn’t suggest the following: Usability:  Go real.  If you’re an...

Do You Use LinkedIn Polls?

LinkedIn polls are not new, and I’m not feeling brave enough to use them yet (still thinking of that ‘ultimate’ poll question, I suppose), but I thought I’d at least...

 
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