Blogging Meets Web 2.0

What do you get if you mix Flickr, YouTube, iFilm, iStockPhoto and other Web 2.0 apps into one social-networked blogging bonanza? You get Vox. This is one of the best implementations of this so-called Web 2.0 technology. Vox allows anyone to set up their own blogging environment and easily integrate video, photos, RSS feeds and file-sharing. Check it out: Vox

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Parallels Update

Along with bug fixes, there are a number of nice features added to this update, which include: Shared Networking Support Windows Vista Coherence Better USB compatibility Also, just in case you don’t know, you can install Kaspersky Internet Security from the Actions menu in Parallels. Check it out: Parallels (build 3186)

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iPhone Dispute is Over

Jobs knew what he was doing from the beginning. I’m guessing that the Cisco lawsuit and subsequent “negotiations” were nothing more than a well-orchestrated publicity stunt. In any case, it looks like Apple and Cisco have found a way to co-exist. And Apple’s new phone will be called iPhone. Check it here: iPhone PR

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Web 2.o and Beyond…

Assistant Professor Michael Wesch at Kansas State University has created this interesting video peek into what’s different in Web 2.0 and why this is important to all of us: Web 2.0 And, this is an interesting counterpoint to Wesch’s assertions:

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Yet Another MS Office Vulnerability

Get this update soon. And, consider an opensource alternative to the MS Office suite, like NewOffice and AbiWord, and of course OpenOffice. But in the meantime, get this patch soon by using the Check for Updates under the Help menu in Word. Check it out: MS Office Vulnerability

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