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Live Documents - Office for the Internet Generation. Presentations, Spreadsheets, Word. The pre-eminent office productivity suite used by businesses worldwide is Microsoft Office - a set of twenty-year old applications that are still stuck to the desktop and have been completely untouched by the Internet zeitgeist. People still create documents on their desktop and use a variety of painful ways to share and manage these documents leading to spaghetti document versions and wasteful email cycles. Alternatives haven't taken off... The likes of Google have attempted to enlist the Internet to power their office applications (Google Docs) - however, the benefits that they bring to the table such as mobility and collaboration are offset by some inadequacies - lack of many features that users of Microsoft Office are familiar with and demand and loss of data and fidelity when you import/export your existing Microsoft Office documents. Presenting Live Documents - Office updated for the Internet Generation. Try it today - See for yourself.
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My Ebook Collection… « A Mirror of My Thoughts! As I have promised, here is the list of the ebooks from the TIME top 100 Novels list that I have in my personal collection. If you are interested in having any of these,just click on the name for the rapidshare link, or just drop me a comment with your email ID, and I would be able to email the book for you. :-) A disclaimer here: I am encouraging the usage of Ebooks indeed, though I would prefer the silent rapture of being immersed in a physical book any day.