Online Collaboration - Articles Archive
from August 8, 2007 to June 15, 2007

Social bookmarking: what is it really? It's all over the web already, though it came out just a few hours ago, this new great educational video about what social bookmarking really is. After RSS, Wikis and Social Networking, Lee and Sachi are doing it again. With their ... read more

Lee and Sachi Lefever - Common Craft - August 8, 2007

The adoption of social media is a phenomenon that characterizes many professional and non professional environments and brings new opportunities by introducing new ways to interact and communicate. Many commercial companies have started integrating social media in their communication strategies to strengthen and augment the quality of ... read more

Nora Barnes and Eric Mattson - University of Massachusets Dartmouth - Center for Marketing Research - July 26, 2007

Professional blogging is a huge growth area, and there are few people who wouldn't relish ditching the nine-to-five for a life writing about the things they love best. That's exactly what I did one year ago, when I joined Robin Good's Media Network. I haven't looked ... read more

Michael Pick - July 25, 2007

One of the easiest ways to communicate an application-based feature or issue is to take a screen capture or screencast of it. A new free tool allows you to do both from one incredibly simple interface. Jing Project is the latest offering from Techsmith, the company behind ... read more

Michael Pick - July 24, 2007

Finding free music for videos or audio podcasts seems to be one of the hardest activities. Most of the audio content available online is protected by copyrights and the threat of bumping into illegal content is always in the air. Is it possible to have access ... read more

Michael Pick - July 22, 2007

Mobile phones are likely to become soon the most important mass medium ever existed. They integrate all the media that humanity has known up to now and they are characterized by one important element: they allow users to be producers and not just viewers. Mobile phones, just ... read more

Alan Moore - SMLXL - July 19, 2007

Professional networking is part and parcel of the independent publisher's day-to-day work. If you ever want to go beyond regurgitating other people's news, sooner or later you will rely on your network of friends and contacts. But what if simply knowing the right person at the ... read more

Michael Pick - July 17, 2007

The history of media follows the same path as the history of humanity and it is made of great discoveries and progressive changes. In the early 2000’s, for example, we get to know the seventh mass medium and the second interactive media: the mobile. Mobile media, ... read more

Alan Moore - SMLXL - July 12, 2007

Did you ever want to record videos and publish them online right away, but then you realized you didn’t have the right tools to do it? Have you ever felt like recording a video wishing you didn’t have to plug in your sophisticated camcorder? Then you ... read more

Livia Iacolare - July 8, 2007

An evolving historic technological revolution is under way, which is creating new industries, new products, new services and, unmercifully redefining or even destroying others. It is more powerful, with greater reach and is growing faster than any other media-ecology. It is the grass roots of the ... read more

Alan Moore - SMLXL - July 6, 2007

As anyone can undoubtedly see happening, community building is one of the most critical activities a publisher of social software tools needs to pay attention to in order to establish its technology and have word of mouth do its marketing job. But what are the ... read more

Joshua Porter - Bokardo - July 5, 2007

As real-time collaboration and web conferencing applications increase in number and scope, the original divide between those who could run and afford such advanced communication solutions is thinning by the hour. You don't need anymore to be an international organization to reap the benefits of quality ... read more

Robin Good - June 29, 2007

With no financial support, no ad-venture capitalists behind and no injection of new cash, the Robin Good's micro network of information web sites launches yet another international edition of its flagship daily new media online magazine all devoted to readers of Brazil and Portugal, and to ... read more

Robin Good - June 28, 2007

Online social networking services have been around for some time now, with MySpace, Bebo and Facebook leading the pack. One of these contenders, however, has just stepped the whole game up a level, effectively becoming a disruptive technology. Not so very long ago Facebook was one popular ... read more

Michael Pick - June 26, 2007

Online business networking is an increasingly important way for investors, startups and expert advisers to meet up and make connections. A new service takes this a step further, giving you the tools to create your own focused micro-communities and make ideas become realities. The recent success of ... read more

Michael Pick - June 25, 2007

Are you looking for a way to easily record your Skype calls? Then you are in the right place. In today’s mini-guide you will find many useful resources and tools that will help you do that in the simplest way ever. The possibility to record Skype calls ... read more

Livia Iacolare - June 24, 2007

Wikipedia says that: “There are many definitions of complexity, therefore many natural, artificial and abstract objects or networks can be considered to be complex systems, and their study (complexity science) is highly interdisciplinary. Examples of complex systems include ant-hills, ants themselves, human economies, climate, nervous systems, ... read more

Dave Snowden - Cognitive Edge - June 21, 2007
Less than a month ago a selected number of new European web 2.0 startups where chosen in Bilbao, Spain to showcase and compete among themselves to win a special award. These web 2.0 companies were representing some of the coolest ideas and most innovative web-based projects ... read more

Michael Pick - June 20, 2007

Do you need to provide technical assistance to a PC user that lives far from you and you don’t know how to do it? Today there are many interesting remote PC support tools that enable you to do that without requiring you to have any particular ... read more

Livia Iacolare - June 17, 2007

"Personal Learning Environments are systems that help learners take control of and manage their own learning. This includes providing support for learners to set their own learning goals manage their learning; managing both content and process communicate with others in the process of learning and thereby achieve learning goals." (Source: ... read more

Ron Lubensky - - June 15, 2007

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