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Something you'll be aware of unless you've been living in a cave in Tibet the past few months is that OpenID is gaining massive traction as a unifying force in the identity space. Microsoft, AOL, Technorati and (soon) Digg are on the bandwagon. Major players...

Andrew McAfee posts on the need for management buy-in for implementation of Enterprise2.0 tools. Here in Australia, Enterprise2.0 is only just beginning to get the slightest toehold.  Certainly, tech-savvy organisations have implemented Web2.0/Enterprise2.0 tools in a significant way across a number of industry verticals, however those...

While this article goes on to discuss new accessibility technology in Windows Vista (why?), what should be much more its main point is that in a UN-sponsored study, just three of 100 major websites passed WCAG 1.0! Frankly, this is an execrable state of affairs. ...

Most of us have had to sit through one of those terrible "death by PowerPoint" sessions where the speaker has a gazillion slides, all covered in tiny text, garish and irrelevant animation and dumb transitions. I'm as guilty as the next guy - I've presented...

Over at Read/Write Web, they are currently running a poll on what form of feed reader their audience uses. Web-based readers (Google Reader, Rojo, Bloglines) have the lion's share of the poll results. However, like a few of the commenters, I agree that this poll...