4 Useful Free E-Learning Tools to Try This Year We all have our favorite e-learning tools we use (I of course am partial to Atrixware e-learning tools, and I suppose everyone has their own favorite brand). Maybe its something fresh and new, or maybe its something so old that you take extra steps to make sure it works every time you get a new PC. However, today I want to appeal to you adventurous side, and suggest to you some useful (and free) e-learning tools you may want to try out for size. You just might find that one or two of these are a nice compliment (or maybe even a replacement) to your existing tools. I tried hard to pick things that do not typically make a list like this (if you are already working with e-learning, chances are that you already know about the ‘big-name’ freebies out there). This list is purposely made up of smaller and lesser-known gems that you probably have not heard of or considered for your e-learning projects.
9 Twitter Search Apps : Better Than Twitter & Google Twitter Search was a red hot topic last week, and will probably continue to heat up as Twitter usage grows beyond tech peeps and early adopters and penetrates the masses via Presidential Twittering, Rick Sanchez (@ricksanchezcnn) of CNN motivating his viewers to Twitter and other timely events like the baseball season, holidays and unfortunate events all result in the wildfire spread of Twittering. Nothing has really caught on online with such a grassroots movement since, well, since Google. Speaking of Google, a lot of last week’s Twitter buzz was Google oriented, with acquisition and search buzz including : The notion that Twitter could be more important to Google than YouTubeGoogle actually launching an official Google Twitter AccountTwitter testing a search bar on Twitter.com and sponsored Twitter adsGoogle’s CEO claiming that the company is not yet interested in buying Twitter (but not saying that they will not).
tweetPad About tweetPad is software used to visualize Twitter feeds in a new, dynamic fashion. The idea is to not only be on the receiving end of these feeds but to be able to manipulate them; to react and to interact with what we are reading. 10 Commandments of Twitter - Do Your Job Better By Katrina Gulliver Most of my friends (the ones who are not already on Twitter) have heard my Twitter pitch, and it's true that since joining several years ago I've become quite an evangelist. Recently over dinner, a colleague told me he had never really gotten the point of Twitter, but now that he had a book to promote, he wished he had followers he could share it with. Twitter is what you make of it, and its flexibility is one of its greatest strengths.
Common Knowledge Help/FAQs | About | Privacy/Terms | Blog | Contact | APIs | WikiThing | Common Knowledge | Legacy Libraries | Early Reviewers | 89,408,062 books! | Top bar: Always visible Copyright LibraryThing and/or members of LibraryThing, authors, publishers, libraries, cover designers, Amazon, Bol, Bruna, etc. | static: /1396786523 Info 101: Web 2.0, the art of listening, learning and sharing - Washington DC government business To the average individual - definitions of Web2.0 aside - the truth is that "The Big Picture of Web 2.0 and The Conversation" encompasses a lot of layers as the aforepresented diagram deftly exhibits. Looking at the big picture lends clarity to the overall Web 2.0 landscape. Our participation in Web 1.0 that erupted in Web 2.0 and is seasoned by Web 3.0 is just plain old good business intelligence (BI) scheme for 2009 and beyond. Dynamic querying of capability of real-time data with more web- and browser-based approaches to data, rather than static representations characterize new BI software.
Local Tweets: 9 Ways to Find Twitter Users in Your Town The Twittering Towns series is supported by the Comcast Town Design Showdown. Thousands of people created and submitted their apartments, and the judges have narrowed it down to four finalists. They're all vying for the opportunity to win a prize worth up to $30,000, including a room remodel, 40-inch Sony Bravia® HDTV, a Sony VAIO® AW laptop and a Philips digital phone. Submit your vote today! The number of people visiting and using Twitter has nearly quadrupled over the past few months, and as more people sign up for the hot social networking service, it becomes more useful.
How Business Does Twitter Back on January 17th we launched SocialEngage, which takes the best of CoTweet Enterprise and includes new capabilities to empower brands to engage in social channels. To focus on the development of SocialEngage we also announced we would discontinue our free edition of CoTweet Standard on February 15th. This means, the free version of CoTweet, also known as CoTweet Standard is no longer available.
How To Build A Great Twitter Reputation And Get More Followers And Retweets If you can answer “yes” to any of these questions, then this article is for you. Want more followers and retweets?New to Twitter and want to make it useful for you?Twitter isn’t working as well as you’d like it to? The three steps to a great Twitter reputation are content, style and connections. First—because this is what makes you really popular—we’ll cover making connections and building your account.
OUseful Info: Geo Twitter - GeoCoding Your Tweets and Plotting Them on an Embeddable Map Geo Twitter - GeoCoding Your Tweets and Plotting Them on an Embeddable Map I was just catching up on a few feeds over coffee, I read this snippet in a post by repository hacker David Flanders on What is Twitter? My initial answer was what can we do with the Twitter API: especially the idea of a phone app that posted my twitter from a Google maps location so you could actually see where the Twits were coming from.
Earth Engine Earth Engine Access Develop, access and run algorithms on the full Earth Engine data archive, all using Google's parallel processing platform. Access to Earth Engine is currently available as a limited release to a small group of partners. If you are interested in developing on the Earth Engine platform, let us know. Twitter as broadcast: What #newtwitter might mean for networked journalism So Twitter.com’s updated interface — #newtwitter, as the Twittery hashtag goes — is upon us. (Well, upon some of us.) The most obvious, and noteworthy, changes involved in #newtwitter are (a) the two-panel interface, which — like Tweetdeck and Seesmic and other third-party apps — emphasizes the interactive aspects of Twitter; and (b) the embeddable media elements: YouTube videos, Flickr photos (and entire streams!), Twitpics, etc. And the most obvious implications of those changes are (a) the nice little stage for advertising that the interface builds up; and (b) the threat that #newtwitter represents to third-party apps.
Your Scheduled Tweets - Timely Dear Timely User, Timely started as a fun side project back in 2010. Since then it has grown to help tens of thousands of people publish millions of Tweets and Facebook updates. We're proud of that. And happy we could help you manage your hectic world of social media. Unfortunately we haven't been giving Timely much attention recently as we've been focusing on Demandforce's paid products.