Category Archives: web apps

why not Microsoft (Part 2 of many)

Round 2 of this series. I’m about to gut this video and turn it inside out. Kids, cover your eyes, this will get ugly. Delegation of mail and calendar. Once upon a time, in a world when dinosaurs roamed freely … Continue reading

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Why not Microsoft (Part 1 of many)

I just saw this Microsoft channel on Youtube comparing Microsoft solutions with Google’s. I couldn’t resist writing this up. If I need to mix different features in a blender then its not easy to manage. In fact it could very … Continue reading

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On the rise of social eCommerce

Deborah Collier published her five predictions for social e-commerce in 2010: Goodbye to the Middleman The Year of the Deliver Company Creative Sponsored Advertising Mobile Commerce Revolution Free Culture Frenzy Her predictions can’t be anymore bang on, if these become … Continue reading

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Navegg for behavior web analytics beyond Google Analytics

Navegg is a web based add-on just like Google Analytics but aims to report on visitor demographics and behaviors – which you cannot achieve with Google Analytics. This information is extremely important for marketers, but it is also important if you aim to … Continue reading

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Lessons learned from Gordon Ramsay

Ever watched an episode of Kitchen Nightmares? I mainly got into it because of the similarities between running a kitchen  Gordon Ramsay style and how a lot of software processes could look at Gordon Ramsay for direction. Ramsay’s kitchens are … Continue reading

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Track Swine Flu On Google Maps

Google Henry Niman has published a Google Maps application to track the recent Swine Flu outbreak around the World. Google Google Maps platform is a great way to quickly publish applications regarding current events. For a Swine Flu tracking application … Continue reading

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Wordle – Still Beautiful Word Clouds

Generating a tag cloud is an art in itself, Wordle has perfected this art. I will try and generate a word cloud from this blog every month to try and visualize the topics I have been talking and ranting about … Continue reading

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Pimp Your Slides Using Prezi.com

Learned about this neat presentation online application called Prezi. 100% online, free to use with some limitations (no private presentations, 100MB limit). Still awesome application, easy to learn and fun to use. Love it. Decided to give it a test … Continue reading

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Ministry of Transportation Ontario Online Transaction – FAIL!

Although I have been in Canada since 2001, I started my drivers license graduated program in 2004 only – I should have done it earlier but that is not the point of this post. The Ministry of Transportation in Ontario … Continue reading

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Is this the coolest way to browse Flickr or what?

I Came across this Flex app (flash) a few weeks ago that searches tagged flickr images that match your choice of keywords. The app is called Tag Galaxy, try it out. So once again I am MIA on this blog … Continue reading

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