Organize Your Documents And Tasks – 300.mg
300.mg brings all your business information from various cloud services together in one place.
Online Gantt Chart – Web Based Gantt Chart || TeamGantt
Manage your projects online easily
Mixlr – Join the crowd, share the love. Discover live audio. Broadcast live for free.
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Free Conference Call
Free conference calls are simple and easy to use, requiring only a name and an e-mail address to receive an instant account.
Create compelling multi-page brochures, product guides, and promotions that can be posted where your customers go.
Internet Observatory is a free service that monitors global traffic 24 hours a day in several regions of the world. Unlike ipoque’s Internet studies that have been a reliable source for Internet traffic statistics ever since they were first published in 2006, Internet Observatory is not jus a snapshot of Internet traffic patterns during a certain time period. It is traffic statistics in real-time. But see yourself.
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Sandia National Laboratories: Features: A Map of Science
A MAP OF SCIENCE created by Sandian Kevin Boyack with collaborators Richard Klavans and Brad Paley, resembles a filamentous microorganism you might see under a microscope.
Domain Names 101: How to Avoid Dot-Com Disasters [INFOGRAPHIC]
The overflow of quick and witty reaction tweets to the new iPad name proves a name is never just a name. This applies for domain names, too. Here are tips to help you avoid these classic dot-com disasters — poolife.com, therapistsfinder.com or IPallover.com.
MediaShift . Howard Rheingold: Knowing How to Collaborate Is Essential | PBS
I just read the Kindle edition of “Net Smart,” written by writer and critic Howard Rheingold. The book provides a thoughtful analysis of some major theories and discourses about the “always on” era, while at the same time giving new insights and practical advice about the literacies we need to thrive in this environment.
5 Ways That You Can Take Read-Aloud Literature to… – WeAreTeachers
Read-alouds have the power to captivate kids at any age—you probably still remember phrases from the treasured titles that your parents and teachers once read to you. Have you ever glanced up at your students while you were in the midst of a magical tale from a foreign land or a swashbuckling adventure? What did you see?
Twitter and Canadian Educators | Canadian Education Association (CEA)
An emerging voice is defining what change looks like in the classroom, but are decision-makers ready to listen?
18 Amazing Examples of G+ Hangouts in Education | Online Universities
While web conferencing is nothing new, Google+ Hangouts is taking it to another level and making it simple for people to connect, learn, share ideas, and collaborate through online resources many already use.
India Puts Facebook And 11 Others On Trial
Take that, Facebook: The second most populous nation in the world begins a trial this week against the social network and 11 other online services for not taking down content that India’s people might consider offensive.
What Should You Do If Your Employer Asks For Your Facebook Password?
Why are some employers asking workers and would-be workers for their Facebook passwords?
Because, with U.S. unemployment hovering at 8.3%, they can.
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