All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘2007’
Today Jon Udell is showing you how to blog from Word 2007.
Yes, my Google Reader is working again (it was a munged up Firefox cache or something).
But, anyway, this is something I’ve noticed since leaving Microsoft. When you’re up at Microsoft all you think about is how to work with Microsoft stuff. Conversations like the one Jon is participating in seem normal and commonplace.
According to an article in the latest issue of BusinessWeek, Google will turn Google Apps For Your Domain into a subscription service for corporations sometime in the next few weeks. If true, it would turn the service (which offers services for company domains, currently Gmail, Google Talk, Google Calendar, and Blogger, and is expected to add more services) into an actual revenue generator for Google, a rarity for a company that many say needs to diversify its earnings.
2005 was the year of the social network. In 2006, online video was the chief cause of acquisition hysteria. Will 2007 be the year of the online gaming site? Why not? Where else do you find an audience so devoted they’ll forfeit sleep and food? A growing audience that is loyal, habitual, and young seems ripe for the picking.
It’s a new year, and perhaps one of your resolutions is to get more organized. Using a calendar would certainly help with that, right? If you’re in the mood to play “Follow the Leader,” new data indicates that you’ll likely select Google Calendar – it just surpassed MSN Calendar in terms of traffic, and looks poised to catch up with Yahoo Calendar.
There was a great post by Andy Beal about Five Secret Strategies to Add $1M in Revenue to your Interactive Marketing Agency in 2007.
This year promises to mark even more innovations in the realms of marketing, search, and digital music technology. The greatest feat of 2007 may not come in terms of an addition, but rather the removal of Digital Rights Management (DRM) practices from online music stores such as iTunes and the Zune marketplace.
There were a lot of significant advances in 2006 in the digital realm. Google prospered, YouTube exploded onto the scene, and the Internet overtook newspapers in the hierarchy of information consumption. What does this year hold in store for the technological landscape?
The NYT takes a look at Google efforts to take market share away from eBay’s PayPal. The two are in a battle for the right to process credit card payments of companies looking for an alternative to merchant accounts.
The functionality and rich content delivered in the new web console really provides the anywhere access to the information operations teams need to keep systems running. Here are 3 reasons you’ll find the new web console a must-have. I’ll include some screenshots as reference at the end of this article.
I’ve seen a few comments about the cost of CFUNITED and the earlybird closing date. In the past, it’s not been something I’ve paid much attention to because I’ve always attended as a speaker and always gotten all my material in on time so TeraTech comps the fee and the hotel. If you don’t get your act together as a speaker, they still comp the conference but you pay for your hotel!
Damn, I take a few days off of blogging and the New York Times (er, John Markoff) goes and invents Web 3.0.
Microsoft has put out a 13-minute video introducing the Office 2007 user interface and guiding users through what is different and why it is better.
I have a challenge for the information science minds at Google or Yahoo! or any other star hopeful who wants to make a profound contribution to long-range event planners everywhere. Create an index that calculates probabilities of weather for any given day or time in the future.