We spend more time using our browser than using any other software, yet for many, Web browsers are an “open whatever you have on your desktop” experience. But that’s changing. Get ready for the browser of the future.
On the road again. Summertime is travel time for so many of us, which makes it a great time to share some Web tools and phone apps designed to help us travel more efficiently, whether for planning meetings, attending meetings, or for pleasure trips.
Hard to believe that 2010 is in full swing. (Wasn't it just the holidays?) Lots on the plate for this column: cool search ideas, a few industry tech tidbits (would those be techbits?), and a bit of social media, too
2010? That can’t be right. It sounds so … so … futuristic. Mind you, 2009 had that same ring to it in about 1997, but 2010 just seems like an Arthur Clarke book title. (Actually, it is, but that’s another department.) Let’s take a look toward the 2010 horizon at the technologies that will affect the way meeting professionals manage and plan, and the way attendees interact with the world.
Even with all the changes seen recently in mobile and social-networking technologies, 2010 may yet be a redefining year for how we communicate with one another. Game-changing hardware, operating systems, and ideas are on the horizon. Here are six to keep an eye on in the coming year
It seems a day doesn’t pass without hearing about another newspaper or periodical having financial troubles or going under. Clearly, it’s not that there’s a shortage of news. So let’s take a look some cool resources for managing the flood of online news