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Be prepared. Simple. While I'm one to agree with the 37signals view on meetings, they are often an inevitable and necessary evil in the day of us web workers. Over at About.com, there are some great tips on organising meetings to avoid the flow-destroying...

The whole numbered Web thing is something I'm pretty much over. However, over at his blog, Seth Godin riffs on what Web4 might bring. It all starts with three base requirements: ubiquity identity connection It goes way beyond the phenomenon of Web 2.0 where collaboration and sharing...

LinkedIn has generated some significant blogosphere traffic the past few days. Guy Kawasaki posted his excellent Ten Ways to Use LinkedIn and now Jim Rutherford over at Digital Media Minute has discovered its wonders and is looking to connect. I've been a fan of LinkedIn...

More often than not, people use text to transmit information. But it's not necessarily the most efficient way to do it. Over at Boing Boing, David Pescovitz has sent us in the direction of the Periodic Table of Visualization Methods. I've tried more and...