Here’s an interesting perspective on the ‘problem’ of email… There's a constant flow of "email is/is not broken" articles across the internet, but most of them miss the point. Email as a system is not broken, but we, through our email behaviors, are. Nearly all of the articles written recently about fixing email have concentrated … Continue reading Email Is Not Broken; We Are
All the stuff that happens in a single day in one big fat infographic...
Last Wednesday we began a series of 'lunch and learn' presentations at The Docking Station in Green Bay, WI and I am pleased to share it [almost] in its entirety below. This is the first in a series of ongoing presentations on the topic of thought leadership marketing which will be published in a book … Continue reading How to be an ‘Inbox Hero’ with Gmail
Here's my new, favorite Firefox plugin... "Shareaholic makes it easy for you to submit the web page you're on to your favorite sharing or bookmarking service, including: digg, del.icio.us, facebook, friendfeed, google bookmarks, google reader notes, kaboodle, magnolia, mixx, myspace, pownce, reddit, stumbleupon, tumblr, twitter, and ycombinator. You can also e-mail the web page directly … Continue reading Shareaholic…
Image via Wikipedia Firefox is my primary browser, although I use them all... "What makes Firefox different? Most importantly, we’re open. That means anyone around the world (and we have thousands of experts watching our back) is able to look into our code and find any potential weak spots in our armor. And when we … Continue reading What browser do you use?
All the topics that interest US in the past 24 hours... Utah – The Capital of Multi-Level Marketing KenSonnenberg.com May 25, 2011 There’s no such thing as a know-it-all. May 25, 2011 - Not any more! Trouble Writing? Try Word Bitches! April 25, 2011 Why Local Marketing Is Such A Big Deal May 7, 2011 … Continue reading #hottoppix for May 25, 2011
Somehow this escaped my attention... "Given AOL's current business focus and the success the Mozilla Foundation has had in developing critically-acclaimed products, we feel it's the right time to end development of Netscape branded software. Read the history page for more details about this decision." Home :: The Netscape Archive It's the end of an … Continue reading Netscape; Official Support Ended on March 1st, 2008…
Google 'Chromebooks' Promise Era Of Managed Computing -- InformationWeek May 11, 2011 The 4 Biggest Stories in Tech & Social Media This Morning May 11, 2011 Google to Sell Chrome Laptops to Students for $20 Per Month? [Blip] May 11, 2011 How to make better presentations in 2:53 | e1evation, llc May 11, 2011 Social … Continue reading My top picks for May 12, 2011
Image via CrunchBaseThis question is NOT a slam dunk! Also, you may be surprised to know that the answer depends on what computer platform you use..."Which Should I Use on Windows: Firefox or Chrome? There's no short answer to this question, really, since neither browser is clearly better, so instead of a straight out "Use … Continue reading Firefox or Chrome; which one should I use?
Image by Randy Zhang via Flickr...like I recommend [especially for older computers] then Google's Chrome browser combined with GNOME Do is a great combination. I create application shortcuts for web applications and then summon them with a keystroke combination. Very fast! Very powerful... Posted via web from The e1evation facebook page