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TweetSome useful tips here from Stephen Hannon as he picks on the topic of death by PowerPoint! We’ve all been there. An important customer meeting has finally been scheduled, and a presentation is needed. As usual, you feel there’s a … Continue reading
TweetTo wind down this week I’m offering up some kudos and congrats to my friend James who’s just completed an impressive feat with his 5 things on Friday blog series. Today James has rolled out edition #52 of F.T.O.F – … Continue reading
TweetA recent tweet that bashed a website that I run (Ok, it was the LBSzone.com) pointed out some design “issues”. No biggee, but after digesting the message it as actually really useful to get some honest feedback from a user … Continue reading
TweetForget the Friday Fun and Follow Friday yadayada… I think I’ll start giving a shout-out each Friday to a blog (a Geeky, Geo blog that is) of interest to the community. Today’s Friday blog shout out goes to Peter Batty … Continue reading
TweetInterested in sharing audio clips with your colleagues? Imagine recording and sharing clips while out in the field or on the job site or while on vacation. Cinch stores your recordings and conveniently connects with Twitter and facebook as well … Continue reading
TweetSomething that I’ve been wanting to do for some time now is to incorporate geotagging within my blog posts… hence the move to WordPress. Well, consider this my first trial post using a cool plug-in that enables geotagging my posts … Continue reading
TweetKudos to Darla for coming out (so to speak) Darla, the popular mobile technology blogger seems to be radically mixing things up for 2008. Good luck Darla with that migration to WordPress – see http://darlamack.blogs.com/ For more related info see … Continue reading
TweetWavelog has been developed and tested on Nokia N95 mobile phones posting to the WordPress publishing system, both hosted on the wordpress.com and the current stable release available from wordpress.org and hosted with different hosting providers. About the App… It … Continue reading