What happens when you find out that your Internet connection has been down for two days in a row and with very little you can do about it to try to fix it? I guess some people would take a couple of days off, others would get some stuff done around the house and, finally, … Continue reading Time Machine – The Power to Save You Numerous Headaches on the Mac
While still trying to digest some of the fantastic, overwhelming and exciting reactions to the initial blog post on Next Generation Knowledge Sharing & Learning Online Conference Event – In Spring 2008? and while I am still trying to figure out a couple of things before I comment further back into that particular blog entry … Continue reading Eight Things You Didn’t Know About Me
Over the last few days I have been bumping into a number of different blog posts from the various folks I follow in my feed reader, who have been trying out the first publicly available beta client from one of my favourite Web browsers: Flock v1.0 RC3, and I thought it was about time that … Continue reading Pumping Up My Overall Web 2.0 Experience – Flock 1.0 Beta on the Mac Rules!
Tags: Jay Cross, Mark Cuban, Mac, MacBook Pro, MBP, Apple, Vyew, Web Conferencing, E-Meetings, Virtual Conferences, Virtual Meetings, Collaboration, Remote Collaboration, Lenovo, Lenovo 3000, Windows, Productivity Tools, Knowledge Tools, Web 2.0, Enterprise 2.0, Social Software, Social Networking, Social Media, Social Computing, Knowledge Tools, Personal Knowledge Management, PKM, Knowledge Sharing, Knowledge Management As I continue to … Continue reading Vyew – FREE Anytime Collaboration and Live Conferencing – on the Mac
Tags: Mac, MacBook Pro, MBP, Apple, KISS, RSS, Atom, Feed Readers, Windows, Omea Pro, Mac, endo, NetNewsWire, Shrook, Google Reader, NewsFire, BlogBridge, Simplicity, Ease of Use, Productivity Tools, Vienna, Freeware, Knowledge Snippets, Knowledge Tools, Information Tools One of the things that I have been very conscious about this time around over the last few weeks, … Continue reading Vienna – The K.I.S.S. Approach to RSS / Atom Feed Reading for the Mac
In a time where more and more knowledge workers nowadays are starting to look after their online presence on the (social) Web, sometimes it is actually a bit difficult to get things going. Probably more than anything else because of the huge amount of resources to get started that are available out there. So with … Continue reading The Why and How of Establishing Your Web Persona by David Ing
Tags: Nokia, N95, Wi-Fi, No Gateway Reply, Wireless, Router, Troubleshooting, WEP, WEP Key, Encryption One of the different consequences that I suffered from last week, while I lost my Internent connection for several days, was the fact that when I got everything back to a normal status I could no longer connect my Nokia N95 … Continue reading Nokia N95 – “No Gateway Reply” – Here Is How I Fixed It!
Tags: del.icio.us, social bookmarks, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Metablogging, ClustrMaps, Twitter, MyBlogLog, Flickr, widgets, elsua, WordPress, Plugins, ClickComments, Blog Comments, YouTube, Screencast A couple of weeks back I was actually browsing through the Knowledge Management related bookmarks from del.icio.us and I bumped into a couple of them from different weblog posts that I have … Continue reading ClickComments Now Available in elsua – Plus a Few Other Changes
(Previously, on elsua – The Knowledge Management Blog, at ITtoolbox) Tags: Quintura, Blinkx, Search Engines, Search 2.0, Knowledge Tools, Social Computing, Social Media, Social Networking, Social Software, Web 2.0, Knowledge Management, KM, Knowledge Sharing, Content Management, Google, Visualisation, Video, Video Search You may remember how there have been a few times that I have been … Continue reading Quintura Now on to Visualise Video Search – Where Is the Limit?
Tags: Desktop Sidebar, Yahoo! Widgets, Konfabulator, Widgets, Productivity Tools, Windows, Tips Given that yesterday I created a rather lengthy weblog entry I thought that today I would just create a quick post to actually share with you one particular productivity tip that I have been enjoying myself for the last few weeks. It actually has … Continue reading Desktop Sidebar – Getting Rid of Desktop Widgets and Still Having It All