October 2009

links for 2009-10-31

by Lee Hopkins on October 31, 2009 · 0 comments

in micro-blogging

Microsoft Word Help FAQ. How to create a glossary in Microsoft Word FANTASTIC site full of tips and ideas on how to get word working 'for' you, not 'against' you in your working life. (tags: word microsoft office tutorials book howto software glossary tips+tricks)

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I haven’t done anything (of note) on my research for over a year; I figure it high time I got down to business

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links for 2009-10-27

by Lee Hopkins on October 27, 2009 · 0 comments

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Teens Adopting Twitter | Brian Solis – PR 2.0 Great post from Brian on how Twitter is suddenly cool to teens, courtesy of Ashton Kucher and others (tags: twitter statistics demographics youth stats socialmedia teenager)

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We should not be trying to COMPETE with the Microsofts, Alcatel-Lucents, IBMs, Avayas and Ciscos of this world

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Skribe is Famous » Windows7

by Lee Hopkins on October 25, 2009 · 2 comments

in clippings,humour,marketing,pr

And while you’re at it, Microsoft, a copy of BusUltimate for Australia’s Adelaide Hills-based communicator?

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ONE simple password tool – is THAT too hard?

by Lee Hopkins on October 21, 2009 · 19 comments

in tools

All I want is ONE password tool that syncs via the cloud with every other computer I have PLUS a usb stick

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29 minutes and 22 seconds of disarmingly direct business communication conversation

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This is the sort of camcorder you take to barbeques and picnics, where you want to catch the spontaneous moments

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links for 2009-10-06

by Lee Hopkins on October 6, 2009 · 0 comments

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Sharpie® Uncapped Trad 1.0 site with 2.0 elements – again, a great way of generating community involvement with a product (tags: inspiration socialmedia art social community socialnetworking corporate online) Sharpie Markers Official Blog A superb blog (with a fab twitter account as well – @sharpiesusan) that shows you how to do product social media correctly. […]

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Courtesy of the suave, sophisticated and debonair (and almost 30 but don’t tell him I told you) Lukas Picton at Text100, I had the opportunity to catch some time with the very busy Simon Crisp at IBM (you can find out more about Simon at the bottom of this post). Simon is part of a […]

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