Online Collaboration - Articles Archive
from June 14, 2007 to May 7, 2007

A live, grassroots video streaming channel broadcasting media and technology news from all corners of the planet. One city / commentator at the break of very hour. This is my vision for the Robin Good TV channel I want to officially launch in the coming days ... read more

Robin Good - June 14, 2007

Online collaboration tools are increasingly important to the smooth running of businesses large and small. So wouldn't it be useful to share and collaborate via an online notebook, adding web clippings, video, audio, rich-media web content and even RSS? It's already possible. There is no shortage of ... read more

Michael Pick - June 13, 2007

The mass-media have a long history of creating and reinforcing stereotypes, whether they be founded in gender, race, class or culture. And now, in the so-called 'war on terror' years, this caricaturing of cultures is helping to create a monumental clash of civilizations. In politics, as on ... read more

Michael Pick - June 9, 2007

Social software is a concept that groups all those web-based means of interaction (blogs, wikis, instant messengers) that enable collaboration while emphasizing the importance of humans over the tools they use to communicate. In the first excerpt from the extensive research done by the Australian ... read more

Val Evans - Australian Flexible Learning Framework - June 8, 2007

Are you willing to increase the popularity of your blog though you have already tried all of the conventional methods? Then you might be interested in knowing more about a service called MyBlogLog and how you can leverage it to drive traffic to your blog. Here, on ... read more

Livia Iacolare - June 7, 2007

Are you looking for tools and services that can help you surf the Net without leaving trails of your personal data around? Do you want to experience the Internet freely but are still concerned with privacy issues? If so, you might be very interested in reading ... read more

Livia Iacolare - June 3, 2007

Web annotation tools and services make it easy for you to add notes, highlights and visual diagrams on the web pages that you visit, just as you might do with pencil or pens on a real book or journal article. If you want to mark up ... read more

Michael Pick - June 1, 2007

Social software is a concept that embraces the whole world of those Internet-based interaction systems (i.e. wikis, blogs, instant messengers, podcasts) that allow distance collaboration and communication by emphasizing the richness of the human potential instead of the technologies that make these exchanges possible. In the first ... read more

Val Evans - Australian Flexible Learning Framework - May 31, 2007

User-generated content is one of the cornerstones of Web 2.0, evident everywhere you look, from social bookmarking to video sharing, from Wikipedia to MySpace. And now user-generated content (UGC) is also transforming the way we do marketing. Here's how: User generated marketing is creating quite a buzz, ... read more

Michael Pick - May 30, 2007

“Social software enables people to rendez-vous, connect or collaborate through computer mediated discussion and to form online communities. Broadly conceived, this term could encompass older media such as mailing lists but some would restrict its meaning to more recent software genres such as blogs and wikis.” (Source: ... read more

Val Evans - Livia Iacolare - Australian Flexible Learning Framework - May 24, 2007

Skype defines Skypecasts as: “large, hosted conference calls on Skype with groups of up to 100 people participating from anywhere in the world.” And this is indeed what Skypecasts are: mega audio conferences with one important characteristic… all the costs are on Skype. Skypecasts launched last ... read more

Livia Iacolare - May 23, 2007

If you are looking for a way to connect to your favorite instant messaging network without having to install any kind of software on your computer you have certainly come to the right place. We all know that instant messaging represents the most popular form of ... read more

Livia Iacolare - May 20, 2007

Business telecommuting is fast catching on as an effective way for companies to see a boost in productivity, and employees to escape the drudgery of life spent in a cubicle. In this guide to telecommuting jobs, I take you through what you need to know to ... read more

Michael Pick - May 18, 2007

Social software is whatever software or online network that enables users to interact and share knowledge in a social dimension, emphasizing the human potential instead of the technology that makes the exchange possible. Social software is everywhere: blogs, instant messengers, wikis, collaborative editing tools are the ... read more

Livia Iacolare - Val Evans - Australian Flexible Learning Framework - May 17, 2007

Engaging with your blog readers will transform one-off site visitors into valuable regulars, and evangelists for your cause. By adding instant messaging chat to your posts you can transform the usual, static comments section of your blog into a far more dynamic, personalized experience. Meebo Rooms ... read more

Michael Pick - May 16, 2007

If you're looking for a free, totally web-based solution for conference calls, live and asynchronous voice messaging, group-authored podcasts and easily embeddable voice-powered discussion forums, I have something that is really going to interest you today. Okay, a lot of us have used Skype to talk to ... read more

Michael Pick - May 15, 2007

There are certainly many ways to deliver content in the Web and podcasting has become one of the most popular. Thanks to podcasting, the possibility to provide Internet users with the capability to actually "listen" to the news (and not just read them on the screen) ... read more

Livia Iacolare - May 13, 2007

Social media is booming, but is all of the activity surrounding its growth a precursor to a dot-com-like bubble burst? While in some ways investors may overextend themselves on the social media trend as much as any other social media is growing to become a trend ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - May 10, 2007

New media are rapidly changing the way we search, access and create news and information. The Internet has become the reference point for all those people who are not happy anymore with the quality, depth and breadth of whatever news mainstream media networks deliver. Users have started ... read more

Livia Iacolare - LeeAnn Prescott - Hitwise - May 9, 2007

To succeed as a recording artist or band these days it is essential to promote your music online. But breaking your way into the recording industry is far from easy. Luckily there is a service that helps you to do just that by tapping into the ... read more

Michael Pick - May 7, 2007

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