Category Archives: Web 2.0 (whatever that means)

If this then that

At the ATANET conference a few people asked me if I had any new apps or cloud based wizardry to share. Somehow this caused my mind to go blank and I couldn’t think of anything. To keep my reputation as … Continue reading

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Google priority inbox – when delete is not an option

A new Gmail refinement is coming over the next week or so – Google Priority Inbox. It’s an automated filtering service that sifts through your email and sorts them into 3 categories: Important and unread. Starred stuff you need to … Continue reading

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Sticky notes and the searchable cluttered desk

The short bit Evernote is like a searchable cluttered desk. The Evernote Podcast is a work of comic genius. Evernote have embraced the multi platform ethos with both arms. Everything in Evernote is searchable including the text in pictures and … Continue reading

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Want to be netted?

There is a really great daily email newsletter service called Netted put together by the Webby’s team. You can sign up for it at netted.net. It’s almost always worth a quick read. In the past few weeks there have been … Continue reading

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