Exchange Blog with lot’s of useful information & links.
RSS-Aggregators for MacOS:
- http://ranchero.com/netnewswire/ (lite version is free – recommended)
RSS-Aggregators für Windows:
Erik Benson has just released his own Ideas Database. via [Read/Write Web]
I like the idea of having a pool of ideas and being able to rate them according to different criterias. Hmm. Mixing in a little bit Wiki & Weblog functionality would be another great idea. Plus managing ideas is a vital part of PIM.
Mozilla WYSIWYG editor for Radio and Manila. The WYSIWYG editor for Mozilla has been released for both Radio and Manila. Here’s a screenshot.
If you run a Manila server, instructions for enabling the new feature are here. If you use Radio, see instructions for enabling the feature here.
As I noted in previous posts, the editor works with Mozilla 1.3b or later on all platforms. If you have any problems or bugs to report, post them to the discussion group on the Manila or Radio sites. [Jake's Radio 'Blog]
Ha! Yes! Und das Ding ist besser als das Microsoft-IE-Teil. Das heißt, daß ich meine Radio-Seriennummer verlängern muß. $39. Irgenwelche Einwände?
It is very hard to tell a good story. If you tell a good story, both you and your audience win. If you tell a bad story, you have just wasted everybody’s time. This book is by far the best book that I have ever read on how to tell a story (a.k.a. make an effective presentation). It focuses on how to tell a story to an audience. Specifically, how to motivate your audience (what’s in it for them?), how to capture their attention, how to organize your ideas, and how to structure your presentation materials (both text and graphics).
If you give presentations, you need this book. It has totally changed the way I approach writing presentations.
Man ist ja paranoid. http://www.microsoft.com/security/incident/blast.asp. Falls wir uns den Wurm doch noch einfangen.