As I read articles, and surf the net, I jut down sites that call my attention so when I have the time, I can go back and check further.. Up until now, I have been just keeping them on my to-do list, and then mark them off when I get to them. I figure, why not just list them in my blog now… So in no particular order, and with no rime or reason, here are the last few ones I’ve checked and investigated a bit.. (recommended to check are listed as: )
- www.jingproject.com –
Free tool that lets you grab a a portion of the screen, or a video, and then you can share. GREAT for demos.
- Online teamwork / collaboration:
- www.etherpad.org – wrote about this one on this post – Great application for taking online / collaborative notes
- www.skrbl.com – Simple and easy online multi user whiteboard, start skrbl, give out your URL & start working together. Sketch, text, share files, upload pictures all in one common shared space.
- www.twiddla.com – an whiteboard for collaborative meetings or web-site annotations. No client software needed –
- Online alternatives for PowerPoint? Fully feature?
www.280slides.com(1)– it is interesting, but sticking with PowerPoint.
- www.sliderocket.com – excellent interface and features.
- www.projjex.com – A set of integrated web-based apps and tools for managing Professional Services firms –
- www.samanage.com – a web-based Asset Management system. Hardware, Software, Licensing, and more.
- www.wikidot.com – another blog / wiki / content management system
- www.pandora.com – Long time user – now more than ever – cancelled my XM radio.
- www.ubernote.com – Excellent web-based application to keep notes/annotations online
- www.evernote.com – a long time user of this one, but considering augmenting to ubernote.com
- http://www.syncmycal.blogspot.com/ – Multiple Calendar Synchronization (outlook, + Google and others)
- www.30boxes.com – an online calendaring tool. (Have not checked it fully yet, but sounds promising.)
- http://www.elasticserver.com/ – let’s you put together servers in a cloud computing environment.
It is very much like www.3terra.com or Amazon EC2 but less expensive (I think) . Focused only in Linux.
- www.visitmix.com – MIX is an online community of web designers and developers who build and believe in the innovative web. Fantastic keynote sessions from MIX’08 and MIX’09 videos . Worth the time to listen to it, even if you are not a designer or developer.
- www.demo.com – Demos for emerging companies and product launches