Chrome OS was still widely discussed on the Web this week, Safari is supporting 3D CSS, a 15 year old tells Morgan Stanley that Twitter is not for teens and a clear overview why you should not annoy Internet Explorer 6 users any further with upgrade notices.
Social collaboration tools
- Get Ready As Corporate Sites and Social Networks Start To Connect
- Release the Enterprise 2!
- Does Social Networking Breed Social Division?
Is the social media revolution bringing us together? Or is it perpetuating divisions by race and class?
- Telligent Releases an Integrated Suite of Collaboration Tools with High Powered Metrics
- What the F**K is Social Media: One Year Later
Social Media Research
- Social Media Ignorance – Case Study PayPal
Paypal was one of the first online payment services and had a great
start but over time lost the edge. The company seems to struggle with
their internal administration and adjusting their business processes to
meet customer needs.
- Twitter is not for teens, Morgan Stanley told by 15-year-old expert
Report on young people’s media habits written for investment bank by teenage intern causes huge interest in the City
- Managing beyond Web 2.0 – McKinsey Quarterly – Business Technology – Strategy
It’s hardly news that the Internet has evolved into the primary vehicle
for communication, information, and commerce. But in a surprising
twist, today’s online customers—as both producers and consumers of
their own content and services—ferociously guard their online
experiences. This trend, which goes far beyond Web buzz, is catching
some executives by surprise and making others more than a bit worried.
Rich Internet Applications
- CSS 3 Cheat Sheet (PDF)
- Silverlight 3 Launch
- One year and ten months is how long it’s taken Microsoft to release
their third version of Silverlight. From the beginning, Silverlight has
been media and consumer focused. Projects such as the NBC Olympics,
Wimbledon, the NCAA March Madness basketball video player have defined
what Silverlight is. What isn’t as well known is that Silverlight is
quickly becoming a viable option for RIA development.
- Web Fonts Now, for real
- I don’t care about UX
- Social Network Design: Examples and Best Practices
- Five UX antipatterns to avoid when designing Log-in & Registration …
- Want to augment the reality? Layar adds API to their service!
- TwittaRound: An Augmented Reality Twitter App
- Google Chrome Operating System: the Facts and Fallacy
- Google’s Microsoft Moment
I’m not sure Google’s new Chrome OS announcement is that big a deal, or
that the eventual product that gets released will actually have that
much impact, but it’s a useful milestone in marking Google’s evolution
towards becoming an older company with a distinctly different culture
than they used to have.
- Google Chrome OS: 3 reasons it matters, and 4 reasons it’s irrelevant
- How We Know Chrome OS Will Be A Hit: Steve Ballmer Doesn’t Think So
- Thoughts on Google Chrome OS
- We Have Invites! Five Stages of Beta and Battling to Get Access
- Google Eases The Switch From Lotus Notes To Google Apps
- Interest in Lucene continues to accelerate
- Internet Explorer’s ActiveX Security Mitigations in Use
- 10 Ways IT Managers Can Deal with Social Media
With persistent reports about hacker attacks, compromised privacy and
phishing scams, social networks can be scary places. But that doesn’t
mean the corporate world should run. IT managers can establish policies
that protect corporate network and data security without shutting out
social networks altogether. Here are some of the issues IT managers
should keep in mind when dealing with social networks.
- ColdFusion 9: Why You Should Pay Attention (Yes, You!)
- Much Ado About IE6
This goes directly to why most folks use IE6: they don’t have a choice.
Three out of four IE6 users on Digg said they can’t upgrade due to some
technical or workplace reason.
- Dismantle Mistrust Between IT and the Business
- The Web of Identities: Making Machine-Accessible People Data
- Location Based Social Networks Links (appr 50-100 networks listed)