That is exactly what I thought about, folks, as soon as I read about the recent announcement on ZDNet (Google touts new features in desktop tool) on the latest release of Google Desktop Search version 2. Say, for instance, that you have got a whole bunch of e-mails, IM conversations, presentations, word processing documents, local … Continue reading Content Management Taken to the Extreme ?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) You have probably seen this already, as it was published during the course of yesterday, but, just in case, you may not have seen it yet, over at IBM – On Demand Business there is a very interesting article about an interview with both IBM executives Harriet Pearson and Willy … Continue reading Blogging Means Business
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Over time, you always have got a tendency to get the same types of questions over and over again. Yet, for some of them there are easier ways of finding a solution than for others where it would require some substantial work. Funny thing is that those recurring questions seem … Continue reading Harnessing Your Interstitial Time
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) I have meant to create a weblog post back when I was first exposed to a Wired news article, but I thought I would delay it a little bit hoping that it would be in perfect timing with the release of a new web browser. But it looks like it … Continue reading Killer Buzz Flocks to New Browser
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) I am sure that you folks will know about it already but, just in case, yesterday evening the third in the series of Podcasts was made available at the IBM Investor Relations web site. Yes, indeed, here we go again with another Podcast, and this time dedicated to the world … Continue reading IBM and the Future of Shopping
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) For those people familiar with tagging and folksonomy, from where del.icio.us may be the most representative example, what I am about to post may no come as a surprise but for those folks who may not be familiar with those terms or who may not even have heard about TagCloud … Continue reading Tagalag – Tagging Taken to the Extreme
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) A few weblog posts back I created a couple of weblog posts regarding a few of the VoIP / IM tools that are out there and that were going to bring some competition to Skype, which is always a good thing if you would want to stay ahead of the … Continue reading Damaka – Experience the Joy of Communicating
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) A few months ago it was announced as Hannover, the next generation of Lotus Notes 7 as Ed mentions in his weblog. And a few months later, and while we wait for that final release, I am proud to present you IBM Lotus Notes / Domino 7. Yes, after a … Continue reading IBM Delivers Notes And Domino 7
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Indeed, whoever said that they would probably need to come again and think about it twice. Specially after seeing web links like these two: News junkies find Wikipedia more than encyclopedia and Praise for ‘weather nerd’ comes from blogosphere. Certainly, over the last few years (And maybe now even more … Continue reading Who Said That Weblogs and Wikis Are Not Effective Communication and Knowledge Tools?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) This is the first weblog post from a new category I created just a few minutes ago and which will try to capture something that I have always found very interesting at the same time that enlightening. And that is the attendance to different conference events. Call them conferences, workshops, … Continue reading Narrative Techniques for Leaders – October 7 2005 – UK