I find this stuff so that you don’t have to.
- Buzz by Brad Fitzpatrick from Buzz – How to add your blog's RSS feed to your Google Buzz stream (it's quite tricky)
- Blogging and Facebook for councillors – "An increasing number of councillors now have blogs or use Facebook, so there is plenty of experience around and many good examples to emulate. In this article, seasoned 'blogger' Councillor Mary Reid offers you the benefit of her experience." via @pigsonthewing
- How to Send Blog Posts from Google Reader to Evernote « Evernote Blogcast – Nice simple tip for curating content between Reader and Evernote. I'm using this to gather items together that I want to write about in a single post of my own.
- 10 Unsung Collaboration Tools — Many of Them Free – GigaOM – "Most of us can rattle off the well-known applications that are available, but there are many targeted, useful collaboration apps that are more offbeat."
- Synctus – Multi-Master File Replication – Plug and play document sharing across different locations without the cloud, from Manchester based startup.
- Microsoft’s Creative Destruction – NYTimes.com – "Microsoft’s huge profits — $6.7 billion for the past quarter — come almost entirely from Windows and Office programs first developed decades ago."
- Join the Conversation for Free! | blueKiwi software – There is now a free, if limited, version of BlueKiwi, the collaboration and community software used in a pilot at Devon County Council. Worth checking out.
- Why Your Boss Hates Facebook – Is security considered a greater threat than productivity loss? Maybe. What about bandwidth, though?
- Cloud Culture is now available to download: launch and debate at the ICA tonight « Counterpoint – Interesting PDF booklet from Charles Leadbeater
- When failure is not an option – BankerVision – "Failure that occurs at any point before delivery starts is “good failure”, and in fact, is something that innovators should develop competencies in if they want to stay in business."
You can find all my bookmarks on Delicious.
You can also see all the videos I think are worth watching at my video scrapbook.