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Web-conferencing and online collaboration tools
I've been talking to Robin Good. And i've been learning so much. Robin's definitely a change agent, promoting better understanding of technology for better and more effective communication. He's developed an Official Guide to best Web Conferencing and Live Presentation Tools. Its a terrific resource - well-documented and very comprehensive. Useful for anyone who uses or wishes to use online collaboration software. Whether individual or groups, whether SOHO or enterprise markets. Thanks Robin for sharing it with me - i learnt so much studying it. I did a search for other such resources - and came up with just one that comes close - Thinkofit. Robin interviewed me as part of his series on the future of online collaboration. Here's the full interview with his comments (highly flattering :):):))and a full transcript - i loved answering this question in particular : Robin Good: Can you describe your ideal dream conferencing/collaboration system in its main characteristics? Dina Mehta: ...
23:50:54 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Dina Mehta: Social Tools Social Networks
Evening Plaza Sorry, I didn't post anything on Friday night, but when I got back from ...
(Evening Plaza Sorry, I didn't post anything on Friday night, but when I got back from Plaza I needed to do some things before the long weekend and didn't have time to post. We checked the ...)
Evening Plaza Sorry, I didn't post anything on Friday night, but when I got back from Plaza I needed to do some things before the long weekend and didn't have time to post. We checked the homework, but a lot of people hadn't finished it. It is important to do the homework before class, so that we can go over it quickly. If everyone tries to do it in class we can't move to new material. The homework for next week is to do the language check on page 22 and remember to wear something colorful.
23:35:43 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: David Campbell: David's Classes
Tomcat-log4j frustrations
Jakarta, the name for the Apache project's Java tools. It includes a servlet engine, tomcat and a logging package, log4j. Since OrchidCal is supposed to be (as described to a friend today) "A test of how many cool features can I get into one package",...
23:33:38 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Hasan's blog
Morning Plaza I showed you the scarf that Yumiko got from Sayuri and I mentioned that ...
(Morning Plaza I showed you the scarf that Yumiko got from Sayuri and I mentioned that Sayuri had a website. If you follow this link you can see more of here works. Toshiko did the Eiken interview ...)
Morning Plaza I showed you the scarf that Yumiko got from Sayuri and I mentioned that Sayuri had a website. If you follow this link you can see more of here works. Toshiko did the Eiken interview on Sunday, but she said she was too nervous and couldn't answer the questions. If she didn't pass I am sure she will next time. We talked about make plans and practiced the conversations many times. We will do it some more next week, so practice at home using the CD like I suggested. The homework for next week is to do exercises 1 and 2 on page 67.
23:32:50 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: David Campbell: David's Classes
ControlPaint.LightLight
I found this the other day and didn't have a chance to blog it at the time. Imagine you're building a control and you want the developer to be able to specify the colour of some element on it (imagine something like a progress bar that shows a percentage value), but you want to accent other drawing elements of that controls in subtlely different colours. For example, you might want to let the developer say that he/she wants a “RoyalBlue” progress bar, but to make it look a little nicer you want to use a graduated fill from a light blue to the blue he/she specifiies. System.Windows.Forms.ControlPaint has a number of methods that let you get slightly different colours from a seed colour. They are, and the name explains it all: DarkDark, Dark, Light and LightLight.
23:25:00 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Matthew ".NET 247" Reynolds
Tasteless Topical iTunes Track of the Day!
"Run Michael! Run!" In a new obscure feature each Friday the staff of Kebeol will present you with a track, which is both relevant to current news and is simultaneously vaguely offensive to your sensibilities. This week we nod towards...
23:21:50 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Kebeol
Chatting Chicks
Its been a long time since I frequented an IRC chat, there was a time when I could spend hours chatting, part of the charm being getting to know people in parts of the world that I would probably never...
23:04:15 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Windchimes
ezln2010
20 & 10: Celebrating the EZLN and Zapatista uprising
22:54:31 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: IMC-SA
Ahem
Here's an unpopular opinion for your little piss off my friends with carefully vague darts at them disguised as cool and hip content10 unpopular opinions meme making the rounds. Memes and quizzes are stupid. And people participate in them because they cannot write actual creative content. Boy I feel better now.
22:45:12 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Funky Helix
Wise words from an old friend
an old friend of ours stayed with us over the weekend. She's a midwife, and while dropping her off at the airport, she shared this: "What I know for sure is that the baby always comes out, and it's totally...
22:44:27 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: 9 months and counting. . .
A Peeling
Nothing's a peeling more than this... -Tony (Eravau)...
22:01:00 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Tony's Photo of the Day
In the News
This week I managed to land myself in both The Diamondback (University of Maryland’s independent student newspaper) and The Trail...
21:47:56 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Threequarters
Wee!
Two exciting things going on. One: I've finished all the coursework for the Master's degree. Now, all I need is the all-important paper. Two: I'm going to be hunkered down in THESIS BOOT CAMP in January. Basically you get locked...
21:21:02 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: WEEBLOG
Trying To Decide On A Content Management System
I am looking at putting together a server with integrated content management, and other self serve user features. I can get one of these things for a price that nobody else can compete with, so the temptation is just too strong. Some of the packages I am getting tempted by... Typo3,OpenCMS (java though),Aegir (my current favourite)Any thoughts?
21:13:31 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: http://enki.cthuugle.com/
the in-laws are coming, the in-laws are coming
There shall be a whole lot of beer consumed over the next few weeks. That just seems to be the tradition whenever Glenn is around.
21:00:00 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: calebs creek >> photoblog
The Mustache
WHO SAID THAT GUYS...
20:58:20 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Nusia
Prologue: I
This is the first part of the prologue to my 2003 NaNoWriMo effort. Memories troubled Jyotsana--memories of devastating loss. They dwelled with her there in the Lower Reaches, wafting on the warm air, floating through the moldy dankness, lingering in...
20:52:03 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Dae's Demesne
What Should You Do if the Internet Goes Down
The Torque:"Every year we grow more and more dependent on the Internet. But would you know what to do if your connection suddenly went down? No one knows when the Internet will fail. It could happen at any time, leaving...
20:51:51 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: same as it ever was
What Should You Do if the Internet Goes Down
The Torque:"Every year we grow more and more dependent on the Internet. But would you know what to do if your connection suddenly went down? No one knows when the Internet will fail. It could happen at any time, leaving...
20:51:51 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: same as it ever was
Teamwork and Cooperation
There’s apparently a Cornell University and University of Virginia project called Fedora, and they’re having a spat with Red Hat over their Fedora project. The universities’ press release contains the gem: The Cornell and Virginia teams have taken a number of steps to try to work with Red Hat regarding use of the name Fedora. At this date, Red Hat has refused our request to withdraw its trademark applications and reverse its claims of usage restrictions on the name. Cornell University and the University of Virginia are now considering various legal options in response to Red Hats actions. Yes, that’s right: you’re “working with” someone when in response to them not immediately doing what you want, you start bitching and moaning in public and try to sue. Nice, guys.
20:51:00 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: indolence log
Convea Web Application Featured by Network World
Convea 5.1 Business Application Platform, was selected as the featured Web Application by Network World.
20:44:44 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Convea - Welcome to the future (now open source)
Going, Going, Gone!
Tomorrow (Friday) we're leaving to go to Denver, Colorado. We're going to my parents' where we'll see them and Becky. It'll be for my parent's 30th anniversary, which is cool, but I know that its going to be fast and we'll be sad its all over when its all over. I have cool parents, the kind that you see on television that are all sappy and still romantic. Yeah, that's them. The...
20:42:21 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: The Pordcast
Goodbye Cruel World...
Tonight was a sad night. ER rocked the drama hardcore, and every time they do that I have to say goodbye to a character I love. In tonight's episode, I almost had to say goodbye to two characters I love....
20:38:39 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: http://www.justelise.org/
Mural UpdateSlowly, but surely the mural is taking shape. Jodi is really taking her ...
(Mural UpdateSlowly, but surely the mural is taking shape. Jodi is really taking her time on this, I believe this is her first major project so she's trying to make a showcase out of it. We're ...)
Mural UpdateSlowly, but surely the mural is taking shape. Jodi is really taking her time on this, I believe this is her first major project so she's trying to make a showcase out of it. We're thrilled to have her talent involved in this. Tomorrow the scaffolding arrives and Jodi says she's going to be spending a lot of time here once it arrives. We'll see a lot more progress then. Of course as the old cliche goes a picture is worth a thousand words, so I've uploaded some photos highlighting the progress to date. We still have the top half of the main wall to complete and no work has started on the wall next to the stairs yet. Just look at the details, I love this old guy below selling his potatos. Out of all the details so far in the mural the boxes below are my favorite. They look so real and this old lady I can just hear her saying, "Don't you ta touch a my flowers!" I wasn't sure at first if I was going to like the colors used below for the dress, but now that the details are ...
20:35:43 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Jeff Sandquist's Radio Weblog
Blogroll Updated I finally got around to updating my blogroll with some of the new VC ...
(Blogroll Updated I finally got around to updating my blogroll with some of the new VC Bloggers.)
Blogroll Updated I finally got around to updating my blogroll with some of the new VC Bloggers.
20:34:34 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: ronpih's Weblog
Good news
A HUGE thank you to my friend Jess from school. She was sweet enough to lend me the money to get home for turkey break. I'm not sure when I'm leaving yet, but it will be some time tomorrow (friday). Comment here, AIM me, or call here/home if you wanna hangout while I'm home this coming week. :)
20:08:32 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Adam Shantz
It was Romano.
All the interns/med students made it through OK. As did Susan's beau. One of the nurses took some shrapnel, and we don't know how she fared. Romano, though, was flattened by the helicopter.
20:04:49 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: ::JELyon's Rampage::
wanted: step-by-step instructions for pinging blo.gs
it would be nice to have simple instructions for setting up various blogging packages to ping this site. unfortunately, we aren’t qualified to write them. are you? if you’d like to volunteer some instructions, <a href="http://blo.gs/contact.php">drop us a note</a> with a link (or send us the text and we’ll put it online here).
20:02:27 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: blo.gs news
Blech
So my revival was short lived. I assure you it's not from a lack of interest. I still read many...
20:01:41 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Luminous Bit
Bush in Britain!
Bush in Britain! I thought this was hilarious....
19:54:52 November 20, 2003, Thursday (PST) Source: Blog.Woodster.com