Every Sunday I scan, collect and organize all my links I ran into the previous week and I send them out to our community of practice in Capgemini that is about SaaS, social collaboration tools, mash up applications and Rich Internet Applications. Since these links are public links there is no reason to not publish them here on our technology blog, especially since publishing them here will give more people the opportunity to read all the information. This week I used a shorter format to not overwhelm you with 100+ links. The category Augmented Reality
I added last week, also returns this
week, besides that there are three other new categories: Web3.0,
browsers and Trends:
- Rich Internet
- Mash up
- Augmented Reality
Privacy An Illusion? Facebook ‘Fans’ Claim Hack
Exposes Private Profile Information (Update)
Don’t clamp down on social media
The use of Twitter to spread information about the unrest in Iran can
teach businesses valuable lessons about the flow of information in
their organizations, according to leading lights of the IT security
to Build Collaborative Software That People Will Actually Use
crowdsourcing lessons from the Guardian’s (spectacular)
Okay, question time: Imagine you’re a major national
crosstown archrival has somehow obtained two million pages of explosive
documents that outed your country’s biggest political scandal
decade. They’ve had a team of professional journalists on the
job for a
month, slamming out a string of blockbuster stories as they find them
in their huge stack of secrets.
Facebook Fan Pages: 5 Inspiring Case Studies
When Facebook re-launched its fan pages earlier this year, companies
were thrilled. At last, there was a solid way to have a presence on
Facebook (Facebook), and users were actually responding positively.
Within a couple of weeks it seemed as though every major brand had put
up a page. However, very few are using them well.
and Google Agree: Slow Pages Lose Users
» Code in the Cloud
Bespin is a Mozilla Labs experiment on how to build an extensible Web
code editor using HTML 5 technology.
Billion Dollar HTML Tag
Can a single HTML tag really make a difference on a
financial results? It can at Google, according to Marissa Mayer, who
says web page loading speed translates directly to the bottom line.
for Mobile HTML5 Series : Cache Pattern For Offline HTML5 Web
CSS-Lifesavers For Efficient Web Design
BrowserLab: Cross Browser Testing Still Teething…
Free Text Editors To Clean Up Your Code
ShrinkSafe — the safe way to make your JS sprightly
reduce the size of your scripts by a third or more, depending on your
Many other tools also
different. Instead of relying on brittle regular expressions,
ShrinkSafe to transform the source of a file with much more confidence
that the resulting script will function identically to the file you
Productivity Suite Zoho Now Integrated With Microsoft SharePoint
adds Lotus social networking to SaaS – Mass High Tech
the Enterprise 2.0 conference today in Boston, IBM Corp. announced
LotusLive Connections, adding the Lotus Connections layer of social
networking tools to its LotusLive software-as-a-service offering.
Augmented Reality Dressing Room Is Great If You Don’t Care
How Your Clothes Fit
Data: IBM Tags Wimbledon With Seer Android
Devices are Finally Making Augmented Reality…a Reality. But
there’s so much more to come…
: Chris Hughes: Augmented reality made easy – Chris Hughes
First Augmented Reality Browser
Trends You Have to Watch
Leadership: Anticipating Internet Growth in Africa: Identifying Market
RoboCrunch Official Six-Fold Definition of Web 3.0
is the Semantic Web really all about?
The Semantic Web is based on the relatively straightforward idea that
to be able to integrate (link) data on the Web we must have some
mechanism for knowing what relationships hold among the data, and how
that relates to some “real world” context. The
following is a lot of
detail that comes from this simple idea.
Companies Increase Innovation
When companies try to come up with new ideas, they too often look only
where they always look. That won’t get them anywhere.
patterns can predict impending doom – tech – 22
June 2009 – New Scientist
EMAIL logs can provide advance warning of an organisation reaching
crisis point. That’s the tantalising suggestion to emerge from the
pattern of messages exchanged by Enron employees.
of the Default
Chappell – The Microsoft Application Platform: A perspective
What is an application platform? Why is it important? And how should we
think about application platforms in a world of cloud computing? In
this session, David Chappell looks at all of these topics, providing a
general model for both on-premises and cloud platforms. He then uses
this model to examine several important issues in this area, including
the competition between .NET and Java, why SOA is failing, and how the
Microsoft platform compares with its on-premises and cloud competitors.
Web Collapses Under The Weight Of Michael Jackson’s Death
Good Way to Change a Corporate Culture
some requirements be called out as “architectural”
Architecture Visualizations – a set on Flickr
Michael Jackson Became a Brand Icon