• Wristwatch 2.0 – a new revolution on your wrist

    Wristwatch 2.0 – a new revolution on your wrist

    The watch is beginning to change again.  Although it has been dying off as a fashion accessory and utilitarian part of our outfits, the watch is beginning to see a resurgence as new and more connected watches enter the market and capture the attention of people. The watch has mostly left our wrists as we
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  • Twiddla: Team Whiteboarding Done Right

    Twiddla: Team Whiteboarding Done Right

    Twiddla, which crossed my radar just yesterday as the winner of the Technical Achievement award at SXSW (see full list here), is a new team whiteboarding site that, in their words, offers a “no-setup, web-based meeting playground”. By offering a really neat AJAX-based experience, the site lets teams collaborate online with a real-time, interactive whiteboard.
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  • eNeighbors Connects your Neighborhood Online

    eNeighbors Connects your Neighborhood Online

    Over the past few years I have visited and reviewed many new websites that have built there success around well managed communities. However, I have not reviewed many websites that have a direct relationship to the ‘old school’ communities and neighborhoods that existed long before the Internet was around and still thrive today. So when
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  • Where’s Waldo Be Damned! Where’s Blaine?

    Where’s Waldo Be Damned! Where’s Blaine?

    As we all approach SXSW, or any other conference that you might spot Blaine at, it seems only relevant to bring your attention to this site now.  This is a fun site concept. Sort of the social networking equivalent of Where’s Waldo? Instead of thumbing through a bunch of photos, peering at the collages and
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  • Jotform: WYSIWYG Form Builder

    Jotform: WYSIWYG Form Builder

    JotForm is a really great WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) form builder for the masses. Using JotForm’s drag and drop user interface, building forms and integrating them into your site is a simple process. Without any kind of HTML or design experience, you can use JotForm to create many different kinds of
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  • Finland to teach programming, coding to elementary students

    Finland to teach programming, coding to elementary students

    Finland plans to follow in the footsteps of Estonia by teaching coding and programming to elementary school students. Alexander Stubb, Finnish Minister of European Affairs and Foreign Trade, said: “It would be a great idea to have coding as a voluntary or otherwise subject in school.” “Kids today are growing up as natives to technology,
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