Rypple. Sample Projects. Macrowikinomics Murmuration. Main Page. 21st Century Collaborative. Collaboration Tools. EtherPad: Realtime Collaborative Text Editing. Free Online Whiteboard and Collaboration Tool - Scribblar.com. Kickstarter. Collaboration Software Solutions - Collaboration Cloud. Free Online Calendar For Busy Families. Rentalic.com. Create diagrams online Real time collaboration - Tour. Draw Blog and Wiki images on Cacoo Diagrams created on Cacoo can be embedded in your Blog or Wiki in PNG format.
If you edit the diagram in Cacoo, the embedded image will be replaced automatically. Export as PDF and SVG! Diagrams can be exported in vector formats - PDF, SVG, etc. Exported diagrams can be printed out or re-edited on other graphic editors, such as Adobe Illustrator. Collaberation 2. Everything 2.0. Is Collaboration a Crock? Read this post in: French Let us face it; we, as humans, are selfish, individualists, and undoubtedly clinging to any privileges associated with power.
Goodwill and sharing among peers follow Nielsen’s principle, and most of us wouldn’t even imagine acting differently unless obliged to. Create Collaborative Newsstreams with Twitter and MyTweetMag. “There’s no such thing as information overload, there’s only filter failure.”
This famous quote from Clay Shirky exactly describes the purpose of MyTweetMag: Twitter is a perfect tool for sharing information and links. But on busy days you might get in trouble when you try to filter the rich news out of the endless twitter-stream. The Zooming Presentation Editor. Effective collaboration with wikis. Chris, the Digital Pioneer, asked in the comments (and on his – I assume Chris is a he!
– own blog) for some advice how how wikis can be used to throw some rough notes up and invite people to collaborate and share knowledge and experience to develop them into more coherent documents. Much of this stuff is standard across any kind of online community, and I don’t claim to be very original in any of this. However, for what it’s worth, here are my thoughts: 1. Identify who might be interested. Virtual collaboration.