Friday, August 21, 2009
Thursday, August 20, 2009
I have found an amazing page that lists and details twenty-five digital audio editors we should know about.
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Wednesday, August 19, 2009
There are a number of sites that business developers, sales, and recruiting managers can use within their organization. These tools allow to have relationships with potentials customers or employees. The best thing is these sites are all free allowing only the cost per hour for an individual to utilize these particular networks. The sites are the following:
The item is years ago the prediction was that Africa would be drained of resources however many individuals stated that brain drain would be one of the major killers of this continent. Present today we can see this futurist's prediction coming to fruition.
Nigerian/African Brain Drain by Dr. Emeagwali
South African Brain Drain
African Brain Drain 101
Africa Deadly Brain Drain in Malawi
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
- Google Docs & Spreadsheets - One of the more developed online office tools, Google only offers a word processor and spreadsheet, though there have long been rumors of a presentation tool (and recent acquisitions by the company would suggest that they are likely true).
- Zoho Office Suite - Zoho is one of the most complete online office suites, offering more tools than you'll even find in Microsoft Office's student and teacher version.
- gOFFICE - No frills gOFFICE has a very familiar look and feel.
- ThinkFree - ThinkFree can replace Word, Excel, and Powerpoint with its suite of online apps, and they offer downloadable versions of their software as well.
- EditGrid - EditGrid only does spreadsheets, but does them very well.
What he has done is taken ~$50 worth of hardware saving thousands to allow about 80% of the capability with less than 2% of the total cost to have a true interactive whiteboard.
This discussion talks about the fundamentals of the origins of the modern computer from 17th century origins to present days notebooks. This is a truly informative discussion that displays the role of Princeton to include how original computer was utilized for bomb calculation to include showing that the first programmers were women.
So when we take a look at this particular discussion what are our thoughts pertaining to this matter as it has evolved and continuously evolving today?