Misc Links for 2009-06-20

Miscellaneous links for today:

  • Wufoo is a free web-based form builder [Link]
  • Why you shouldn’t believe the hype around Google Wave [Link]
  • Some ideas on how organizations can use Twitter [Link]
  • Siemens and its new talent managing solution [Link]
  • A really fun way to design interfaces: Paper Prototyping [Link]
  • Collaborative written blog from NASA people: Open NASA [Link]
  • Marketing 2.0 blog [Link]

Enterprise 2.0 Links for 2009-06-18

Enterprise 2.0 links for today:

  • A short review of ThoughtFarmer, an intranet/collaboration solution [Link]
  • What Google Wave might imlicate for Enterprise collaboration [Link]
  • Ideas for the Measurement of Enterprise 2.0 Effects: really inspiring [Link]
  • A Practical Guide to Implementing Enterprise 2.0 in Your Organization [Link]
  • Why Wikis Should be a Standard Wordplace Tool [Link]
  • Organizational Change and how it relates to Enteprise 2.0 [Link]
  • On the difference between Social and Collaborative Networks [Link]
  • The new version of the Enterprise Wiki from Atlassian [Link]
  • Enterprise 2.0 Lessons from the Field [Link]
  • Enterprise 2.0 and its legal implications, in German only [Link]

Intranet Links for 2009-06-15

Intranet links for today:

  • British Telecom’s internal Podcast platform, Podcast Central [Link]
  • Video interview with Toby Ward on SharePoint for Intranets [Link]
  • What Does Your Intranet Brand Say? Some quick facts on naming your intranet [Link]
  • A short survey from ThoughtFarmer: How 2.0 is Your Intranet? [Link]
  • 17 Microblogging Tools for Business: If you want Twitter on your intranet [Link]
  • Some case studies from Noodle, a wiki-based social collaboration tool [Link]
  • Some thoughts about intranet use on mobile devices [Link]

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-06-14

Weekly Summary from Twitter:

  • I was voter no. 25 in my electoral district of several hundred people. So much for the local interest in European politics. #
  • Watched a movie at a local arthouse theater. The projector stopped two times and had to be manually restarted by the projectionist. #
  • Coffee first, cover letters and resumes second. #
  • Dracula, as played by Frank Langella, really is some kind of tragic 70’s playboy. #
  • I should quote Bela Lugosi more often: „Children of the night. What music they make!“ #
  • Got snail mail today. Reference letter, very good. Electricity bill, not so much. #

Sunday Links for 2009-06-14

Sunday links:

  • Top Chef and the Black/Non-Black Divide: How racial stereotypes are reproduced in cooking shows. If this doesn’t open your eyes, nothing will [Link]
  • Henry Jenkins discusses his concept of Transmedia Storytelling in this video [Link]
  • Text, Videos, Twitter Streams: Vooks and Transmedia Resistance [Link]
  • How Twitter Constructs Star Authenticity [Link]
  • The Technium on Increasing Ubiquity [Link]
  • OOOii: Immersive Design for Science Fiction Movies [Link]
  • Star Trek TNG remixed [Link]

SharePoint Links for 2009-06-12

SharePoint links for today:

  • SharePoint Form Field Assistant: prepopulate fields in SharePoint forms [Link]
  • Wrap Column Names in SharePoint Forms: for those long column names [Link]
  • Multiple Pie Charts in SharePoint: completely self hosted solution to display pie charts based on data from SharePoint lists [Link]
  • SharePoint Stsadm Command Line Options Overview [Link]
  • Disable View Toggling with an Easy to Implement Permission Level [Link]
  • Set the Width of a Column in SharePoint Views with jQuery [Link]

Links For 2009-06-09

Links for today:

  • Leveraging the Power of Your Intranet [Link]
  • In times of crisis, is the intranet an afterthought? [Link]
  • Intranet Experience Blog [Link]

SharePoint Links: Dev & Admin Wikis, Folders or Categories

SharePoint links for today:

  • SharePoint Development Wiki [Link]
  • SharePoint Admin Wiki [Link]
  • The SharePoint Folder or Categories Issue [Link]

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-06-07

Weekly Twitter updates:

  • Back from family visit. Too much food, as always. Now to bed with the local beer festival crowd on the streets below my bedroom window. #
  • Realized this morning that i am the only one in my family to really finish university. Oi to the working classes! #
  • Catching up on current news after three days in kinsfolk exile. #
  • Shops in downtown closed by 14.00 o’clock. WTF? #
  • It’s been 20 years since http://bit.ly/13G3ha already? Oh my… #
  • Sharing some hungarian roots, i’m really worried by this: http://bit.ly/gLPGR #
  • Off to an Assessment Center. Fingers crossed. #
  • No job. One moose. At least i got diplomatic compliments. #
  • Tired. Dead tired. Wondering if watching Terence Fisher’s Dracula is a good idea. #

Sunday Links for 2009-06-07

Sunday links:

  • A Specific German Phenomenon: Donaldism [Link]
  • Why There Won’t Be a Third Wave of Ska [Link]
  • Authoring and Exploring Vast Narratives [Link]
  • Turn Spare USB Drives Into Giveaways [Link]