Monthly Archives: August 2007

links for 2007-08-29

» A checkpoint on Web 2.0 in the enterprise, Part 2 | Enterprise Web 2.0 | (tags: web2.0 enterprise2.0) Facebook’s “Privacy Trainwreck”: Exposure, Invasion, and Drama (tags: facebook privacy socialnetworking community) Free Video Stock Footage Resources Online – Robin … Continue reading

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Last blast of Summer – going on vacation – no blogging for awhile

In my part of the world, school doesn’t start until after the Labor Day holiday. It’s always been this way … I managed to learn the reasons why, which are interesting but irrelevant in today’s world (perhaps I’ll blog on … Continue reading

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She wants to connect with anybody – Enterprise 1.0

Not too long ago, I shared the “Meet Charlie” SlideShare presentation … now I found a “Meet Charlotte” in the same vein … From the creator’s comments: “Following on the back of Scott Gavin’s “Meet Charlie”, which was a brilliant … Continue reading

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So, what book are you?

(found this on Teaching Sagittarian)  You’re Watership Down!by Richard AdamsThough many think of you as a bit young, even childish, you’re actually incredibly deep and complex. You show people the need to rethink their assumptions, and confront them on everything … Continue reading

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links for 2007-08-22

SKYPE TOOLBOX: 50+ Enhancements for Skype (tags: VOIP skype tools)

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NY Times article: brain gets bigger with exercise

(Read the entire article here )… Turns out that physical exercise is good for your brain as well as your body. Conventional wisdom had long held that animal (and human) brains weren’t malleable: after a brief window early in life, the … Continue reading

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something new today – BACN

(pronounced just like the typically used breakfast meat … ) A bunch of folks I follow on Twitter had been using this “bacn” term these last few days … I was getting kinda hungry … but now I know what … Continue reading

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