This is not an old post promotion! I will be doing a 'brown bag' lunch and learn at noon CST Friday, March 18, 2011 on how to use Google Reader like a Rockstar... Despite what you may have heard, RSS is not dead. In fact, I remain convinced that knowing how to proactively manage RSS feeds … Continue reading Free online webinar: ‘How to be a Google Reader Rockstar!’
...but don't want to use an rss reader? Personally, I think that's going in the wrong direction, but that would be your choice. 'Feed my Inbox' is a website that will allow you to track websites with newsfeeds and send an update to your inbox with new postings every day. By the way, if you … Continue reading Want to Monitor RSS Feeds…
Here are mine [hint -- you'll want to right click on these images and view them in another tab so that they're legible!]... What are YOUR favorites?
Image by Casual Chin via Flickr...to STOP using Google Reader? $25,000 wouldn't cut it for internet maven Louis Gray..."Information is power - and the ability to take in more information more quickly than anybody else, all in one place, is an incredible power. The Web has been built to enable all of us to share … Continue reading How much would I have to pay you…
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
Auren Hoffman has a great post on consuming vs. producing. He says..."We are meant to be both creators and consumers. Today, however, most people consume far more then they create. Part of the reason for this is because being both a consumer and a creator at the same time is very difficult, and because goods … Continue reading “Creating beats consuming”
Image via CrunchBaseThis is the article I wish I had written about how Google Apps, Remember the Milk and Firefox work together to make you more productive in email..."If I have more than 30 unread messages at any one time, I break into a cold sweat. So as a result, until recently I couldn’t imagine … Continue reading Maintaining “Inbox Zero” with Google Apps