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Conferences are brought to life with social computing tools
(October 24, 2008) Boring meeting/conference syndrome is something that afflicts many meeting planners and business organizations, but some interactive life can be injected...
Ich bin ein presenter: With new web tools, it's not your father's PowerPoint
(September 23, 2008) Columnist Paul Gibler offers some hope for the many people that have grown tired of the same old (and much...
Nowhere to hide: buyer behavior in a connected world
(August 15, 2008) Window shopping isn't dead, it has simply moved into a different dimension. This is a dimension where your business...
Big Brother is watching, privacy barriers are tumbling down
(March 18, 2008) The doors between private and public information continue to be shoved open, and columnist Paul Gibler explores how
Five fearless technology forecasts for 2008
(January 16, 2008) What do GPS, high-def TV, and mobile Internet devices have in common? All are among the coveted technologies that will...
Widgets - Web components for plug, play, and pay
(November 17, 2007) Widgets of the web variety have been created for personal computing, but like other online social tools they have applications...
The expanding world of social networking
(October 12, 2007) College students are not the only ones engaged in the world of social networks like MySpace and Facebook. In this...
Business would be wise to note the resurrection of online ads
(September 7, 2007) With apologies to Mark Twain, rumors of the death of online advertising have been greatly exaggerated, according to Buzz Networks...
583 reasons to wonder: Is e-mail dead or alive?
(August 4, 2007) E-mail, part of the first generation of Web technologies, might be crumbling under its own weight, according to columnist Paul...
Online retailing "tango" is adding some steps
(June 28, 2007) The shopping dance known as online retailing keeps adding and modifying steps, making it hard for partners to find their...