Matt\’s Cuppa

My take on tea, technology, and our environment

Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 07/13/2007

Posted by telecommatt on July 13, 2007

Foonz – Free Conference Calls and Group Calls

  • I may have blogged this already. This is an easy way to set up conference calls. Send an IM, they get on the phone. It’s that easy.
     – post by telecommatt

myContactDetails : Web Contacts List  Annotated

  • My first thought was that this is too simple an app to catch on, but I keep running into it in the blogosphere. And I like things that do just one thing and do them very well.
     – post by telecommatt
myContactDetails.com is a fully
functional online address book where you
can store and share your contact information.

    Kayuda  Annotated

    • More mindmapping. This looks sweet though. AJAX and mindmapping fit like peanut butter and chocolate.
       – post by telecommatt
    The beauty of Kayuda is its flexibility. People come up with new ways to use our product every day. Kayuda is collaborative, it’s in real time, and you can log in from any computer. Why don’t you give Kayuda a try and tell us what you’re using it for?

      Use NavDog to find Festivals, Markets, Garage sales, Real Estate and More

      • Another webapp I really need to sit down and play with. Mix Google Earth with some AJAX, mix it up a bit and you get NavDog.
         – post by telecommatt

      Strengths-Based Personal Development – lifehack.org  Annotated

      • I just finished the next book, Strengthsfinder2.0. This is officially on my Must Read list.
         – post by telecommatt
      Chris Brogan: I’m on a kick. I just finished reading Marcus Buckingham’s, NOW, DISCOVER YOUR STRENGTHS, and found that I agreed with their premise that working on your strengths is much more productive than throwing time and effort at changing your weaknesses.

        Webcast with your friends using Operator11 | Webware : Cool Web apps for everyone  Annotated

          Operator11 is a free service for people who want to broadcast live over the Internet using their Webcams.

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