This site is a dashboard of the main economic indicators with things like Business Incorporations, Unemployment Rate, Housing Starts, Job Vacancies.
And this is a Decision Model Primer Decision Model Live Primer.
Was acquired recently by Microsoft. Maybe it could completely replace Sharepoint?
A site with lots of resources for teaching elementary math and science
You can use this SoundCloud application to create your own archived radio station. Maybe radio will also become DIY – Do It Yourself.
I was interviewed about the cloud on a SoundCloud station Digital NIbbles Episode 11.
Investors are only investing in Social Media these days
This is why I started this site. I couldn’t keep track of all of the new Social Media platforms, apps, tools, etc. This graphic shows a couple hundred apps divided into:
Social Marketing Management
Social Advertising Platforms
Social AD Networks
Social Business Software
Social Brand Engagement
Social Commerce Platforms
Social/Mobile Apps & Games
Social Search & Browsing
Social Networks (Other than Facebook)
I probably should have mentioned Klout a long time ago. It provides a measure of your online influence. It seems to only use Twitter and Facebook and provides a score based on how much you post and are retweeted or liked.
It should probably also use linked in and various blogging/sm apps.
One of my summer jobs during University was in computer operations in a large data centre in the early 1980s. Back then hard drives were about 3 ft across, the size of a small refrigerator and held less than 1GB and most information was stored on magnetic tapes in a large library. Part of my job was to get tapes out of the library and mount them on tape readers as the computers needed them. I felt like a mechanical PART OF THE MACHINE.
Now, many of us read online information, digest it, organize it, connect it, curate it using various tools like WordPress “Press This” that I’m using now for this blog, or Pinterest “Pin IT” or Scoop.it. We are now, not just the mechanical, but part of the man-machine post 2.0 Intelligent System PART OF THE MACHINE.
Another interesting (but are they useful?) information consolidator is Scoop.it. It allows the user to set up a newspaper style layout that allows text and images. It is focused along a user curating on a topic. Is it like Squidoo perhaps?
Here’s one on “Dynamics of Social Interaction” called Social Foraging Social Foraging | Scoop.it.