Archive for the ‘Web 2.0’ Category

Calendaring

Wednesday, April 12th, 2006
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I want an online Calendar.
Currently I use a paper calendar and the calendar in Outlook. I don’t print my outlook calendar. I just use it for the reminders and for inviting people to my meetings. It’s a work thing. Work standardized on Outlook so who am I to argue?
The paper calendar is convenient because I can take it into all of my meetings.. When someone says something is “launching on May 7″ I can flip through the calendar and remind them that May 7 is a Sunday. I can add notes about what happened that day “new section launched on {some site} at 9:30 am” so that later on when someone asks why the traffic patterns changed, I’ll have a note to trigger the memory.
I don’t see either one of these calendars going away but I have additional, personal, calendaring needs. There are tons of calendaring sites. I want to do a comparison of these to see how they fit my needs. First I have to define my perfect online calendar.

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Online Photo Editing

Friday, April 7th, 2006

Online Photo Editing
http://pixoh.com/

Web2.0 Apps

Wednesday, April 5th, 2006

Replace Word http://ajaxwrite.com
Replace Excel http://www.irows.com/

3.5″ Floppy disks

Friday, March 24th, 2006
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Today, I got the following call from my boss:
Boss: At the all-hands meeting today I want you to discuss {big proprietary feature that was just completed}.
Me: I thought {co-worker} was going to discuss that?
Boss: She’s not in today.
Me: Oh. So this is for the meeting in [check clock] 16 minutes?
Boss: Yup. But it doesn’t need a big production, just a quick explaination.

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3.5" Floppy disks

Friday, March 24th, 2006
floppy.jpg

Today, I got the following call from my boss:
Boss: At the all-hands meeting today I want you to discuss {big proprietary feature that was just completed}.
Me: I thought {co-worker} was going to discuss that?
Boss: She’s not in today.
Me: Oh. So this is for the meeting in [check clock] 16 minutes?
Boss: Yup. But it doesn’t need a big production, just a quick explaination.

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Behaviour

Thursday, March 23rd, 2006

Reclaim clean HTML from the burdon of OnClick and other javascript tags.
Behaviour home page