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9 Mar/12

SceneChat Review

SceneChat Review

Using SceneChat on your website will help you stay more engaged with your visitors through the content you post. If you embed videos on your site regularly, SceneChat will allow you to get more eyes on them, and can even make your videos go viral.SceneChat is a new social video sharing system that enables visitors to share their favorite videos with friends and followers on their social networking sites. Once you add some videos to the system, you’ll notice active discussions taking place...

24 Feb/12

Chill, the Video Pinterest?

Chill, the Video Pinterest?

With the success of an idea on the web come clones, and services that refine the idea, or find a niche that is not yet dominated by the first mover. The success of Pinterest, which certainly was surprising to some, has sparked the creation of Pinterest-like sites for all kinds of things. We have seen music and video sites adopt the system the system in masses for instance in past months.Chill is one of the latest sites. It is a video pinboard community where logged in users can post videos...

24 Feb/12

Online Meeting and Web Conferencing Tools – Best Of

Online Meeting and Web Conferencing Tools – Best Of

In a world where we now communicate and collaborate mainly via the Internet, it’s important to have the right tool available. Not only do you need something that is dependable and works properly, but you also want a tool that is easy for all of your collaborators to use. Having a lot of features is nice, but if the people you’re trying to communicate with can’t figure out how to join you, more than likely you’ll end up alone! This list will got over some of the best online tools...




20 Gen/11

Add titles to OpenShot Video Editor projects

Add titles to OpenShot Video Editor projects

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Recently I began covering one of the best open source video editors available (see my articles “Create videos with OpenShot Video Editor” and “Add transitions with OpenShot Video Editor“.) From those two articles (and an ounce of creativity) you should already be creating outstanding videos for various purposes. But now it’s time we take it yet one step further and add titles to the videos you have...

29 Set/10

Work Smart Video: The Pitfall of Productivity Porn

Work Smart Video: The Pitfall of Productivity Porn

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The perennial question we always got from obsessive Lifehacker readers: How do you actually be more productive if you spend all your time looking for new ways to get stuff done? In this week’s episode of Work Smart 2, I got to give my best answer to that question. Bill Clark asks how you can actually work smarter when you spend a lot of time learning new productivity tricks. I share my favorite tool for keeping yourself...

15 Set/10

Work Smart Video: Easily and Securely Save Passwords

Work Smart Video: Easily and Securely Save Passwords

When it comes to storing passwords, I’ve been a KeePass fan and user for years now, but when Leo Laporte told me he uses LastPass, I had to check it out. I don’t love the idea of syncing my password file to a third-party web site–I’m that paranoid–but it is a total pain to cart around my KeePass database file. Now that I’ve tried LastPass, I’m sold–well, for my lower-security logins, anyway. This week’s Work Smart video covers the security...

9 Set/10

Work Smart Video: How to Stay Productive on the Road

Work Smart Video: How to Stay Productive on the Road

I’ve travelled to 9 different cities already this year and I’ve got 4 different major work projects going on, so keeping on top of everything on the go is something I’ve had to get good at out of necessity. This week’s Work Smart video is a question from Daniel Beck, a work-at-homer like I am, about how to not let your whole organization system fall to pieces once you leave your (home) office. I was lucky enough to get none other than David Allen to agree to be...

2 Set/10

Work Smart Video: How to Take Effective Meeting Notes

Work Smart Video: How to Take Effective Meeting Notes

The second season of my Work Smart video series at FastCompany.com premiered yesterday, with a question from Suhasini Kotcherlakota about how to take better meeting notes, and some answers from me and Brad Isaac, who wrote a great piece on mind-mapping meetings at Lifehacker a few years back. Despite the fact that I still can’t watch and listen to myself on film without cringing, I am so pleased with the results. Adam Barenblat at FastCompany did an amazing job on the art and design,...

10 Ago/10

New Video Series: Ask Me Anything About Working Smarter

New Video Series: Ask Me Anything About Working Smarter

Thrilled to announce I’m prepping to shoot a new Q&A video series for Fast Company. Work Smart 2 will be a question and answer consultation with viewers and readers like you. If you’ve got a burning question to ask me about tech and productivity, this is your chance. Here’s how it works: 1. Email me at worksmart@fastcompany.com or leave a comment here on this post with your question. Topics might include things like email overload, mobile apps, cloud computing,...

15 Lug/10

This Week in Google, Episode 51

This Week in Google, Episode 51

Leo, Jeff and I jawed about the new Android App Inventor, Picnik in Picasa, mobile local search, my 23andme results, and iPhone 4 in this week’s episode. My tip of the week: setting up a rich text signature in Gmail. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google, Episode 51 Technorati Tags: brief-video, digital, episode-51, Facebook, laptop, life, transfer-google, twig tip

13 Lug/10

Buy The Complete Guide to Google Wave, Get the Ebook Free

Buy The Complete Guide to Google Wave, Get the Ebook Free

Copies of The Complete Guide to Google Wave have been selling like hotcakes, and unsurprisingly, the ebook has moved a lot faster than the print version. We’ve still got a stack of full-color, hold-in-your-hand paperback books just dying for a home, so we’ve got a special deal: if you buy the paperback book for $25, you’ll get the ebook free, emailed to you on the spot for instant gratification while you wait for the softcover to arrive at your door. The electronic...

10 Lug/10

This Week in Google, Episode 50

This Week in Google, Episode 50

Jeff and Leo and I chatted about Droid X, Prince, Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) and the iPhone 4 in our latest episode of TWiG. Also, listeners are helping send an Android phone into space! My tip this week: Chrome to Phone, which pushes your open Chrome tabs to your phone with the click of a button, for browsing on the go. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google, Episode 50 Technorati Tags: complete-guide, ebook, episode-50, Facebook, gina-trapani, google-accounts,...

17 Giu/10

This Week in Google, Episode 47

This Week in Google, Episode 47

Great conversation today on TWiG with our guest Chris Messina, who dropped knowledge on the history and differences between OAuth and OpenID–which in an age of “Facebook wants to own all your sign-ons,” is an important discussion. My tip this week: to grab the Android Swype beta within the next couple of days while it’s still available, as previously-recommended ShapeWriter is no longer in the Market. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google,...

15 Giu/10

Earthquakes and Android Development

Earthquakes and Android Development

While last night’s southern California earthquake shook up the Padres game, I was standing in a doorway downloading an Android app. Twitter was down, the news didn’t have anything yet, but I remembered Reto Meier, a Googler who did an Android talk at I/O had demo’ed an earthquake detection app. It’s called Earthquake!, and it’s got some very useful features, especially when you’re worried about the earth cracking open and swallowing your home whole....

11 Giu/10

This Week in Google, Episode 46

This Week in Google, Episode 46

This week’s episode of TWiG featured Jeff Jarvis Skyping over 3G from a moving car on a NJ highway, Brad Stone from the NY Times who was a total trooper during our criticism of the Times’ takedown of the Pulse iPhone RSS reader, and Om Malik of Gigaom, a very smart teddy bear who I’d like to hug. My tip this week: the new Gmail Labs’ Maps Preview, which embeds a Google Map into any email that has a U.S. address in it. Continua a leggere – Original Link:...

8 Giu/10

Lessons from Apple on Advertising and Aesthetics

Lessons from Apple on Advertising and Aesthetics

Steve Jobs announced the iPhone 4 yesterday in his WWDC keynote, and it’s a gorgeous device with software upgrades that include multitasking, a video chat app called FaceTime, and more. I’m still a happy Android user, but I have to hand it to Apple. They continue to school the industry on aesthetics and marketing. Case in point: the FaceTime demo video. First, some background. I got a Sprint EVO at Google I/O which has a front-facing video camera, and presumably the ability...

4 Giu/10

This Week in Google Episode 45

This Week in Google Episode 45

In this week’s episode of TWiG, Leo, Jeff, and I talked about Google’s “ban” of Windows PCs for employees, Android tablets, the Sprint EVO (which I love), blogger journalism, and some of Steve Jobs’ remarks at D8. My tip of the week was the new “Save to Google Docs” link in Google’s PDF viewer. Continua a leggere – Original Link: This Week in Google Episode 45 Technorati Tags: brief-video, digital, Facebook, gilbert-sanchez, google-episode,...

25 Mag/10

Hilary Mason: How to Replace Yourself with a Very Small Shell Script

Hilary Mason: How to Replace Yourself with a Very Small Shell Script

Just stumbled upon a YouTube clip of one of the best Ignite presentations I’ve seen, by Hilary Mason, a computer scientist at Bit.ly. Mason wrote a series of scripts that auto-respond to email with particular content, and auto-nag folks she’s emailed but hasn’t gotten a response from yet. Hit the play button to hear more. She says once the code’s fit for sharing she’ll put it up on GitHub. Cannot wait. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Hilary Mason:...

24 Mag/10

Android 2.2 Screenshots: My Favorite Features in Froyo

Android 2.2 Screenshots: My Favorite Features in Froyo

Android 2.2 (code-named “Froyo,” the next alphabetical installment of dessert-named releases after Cupcake, Donut, and Eclair) is now rolling out to Nexus One handsets. If you’re tired of tapping and re-tapping the System Update menu item and getting nothing, you can update your N1 to 2.2 manually. Lifehacker runs down how. This method worked perfectly on my T-Mobile Nexus One, but I hear reports it does not work for the AT&T Nexus One. The manual update method does...

20 Mag/10

Live from Google I/O: Waving Thursday’s Keynote

Live from Google I/O: Waving Thursday’s Keynote

Yesterday’s live wave coverage of the Google I/O keynote was so much fun we’re doing it again today. The Day 2 keynote starts at 8:30am (in less than 20 minutes), and Adam Pash, Kevin Marks and I will be live-waving it. Watch the live video stream on YouTube and follow along in the live wave embedded below. Continua a leggere – Original Link: Live from Google I/O: Waving Thursday’s Keynote Technorati Tags: digital, Facebook, gina-trapani, google-wave,...