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  • Opportunity Makers Have Mutuality Mindsets

    Moving From Me To We.com
    Kare Anderson
    15 Sep 2014 | 1:51 pm
    Like many of you, I passionately believe that we can live happier and higher-performing lives with others when we enable others to use best talents together more often. Hint: a mutuality mindset probably matters more than your smarts, money, title or contacts in this increasingly complex yet connected world.   That belief is at the heart of my TED@IBM talk on September 23rd, which you can watch live: “The Web of Humanity: Becoming an Opportunity Maker.” I am in awe of the line up of speakers on “how to reimagine the world.” Here’s one method to spur greater…
  • Where’s Waldo? Getting Past “Go” with Mobile Workers

    Cisco Blog » Collaboration
    Alan McGinty
    29 Sep 2014 | 10:48 am
    Organizations today face many challenges when it comes to providing an optimum work environment. How can you turn your office [...]
  • The battle for the bank in your pocket

    ZDNet | Collaboration 2.0 Blog RSS
    24 Sep 2014 | 10:36 am
    As the era of the ATM gives way to increasingly sophisticated, secure always-on digital banking, will the old guard of bricks, mortar and paper based high street banks evolve or die?
  • How to Streamline Projects And Increase Team Output

    The Fast Track
    Dan Schawbel
    1 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    I recently spoke to Charlene Li, who is the Founder of Altimeter Group and the author of the New York Times bestseller, Open Leadership. She is also the coauthor of the critically acclaimed, bestselling book Groundswell, which was named one of the best business books in 2008. She is one of the foremost experts on social media and technologies and a consultant and independent thought leader on leadership, strategy, social technologies, interactive media and marketing. Formerly Li was vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, worked in online newspaper publishing, and was…
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    Moving From Me To We.com

  • Opportunity Makers Have Mutuality Mindsets

    Kare Anderson
    15 Sep 2014 | 1:51 pm
    Like many of you, I passionately believe that we can live happier and higher-performing lives with others when we enable others to use best talents together more often. Hint: a mutuality mindset probably matters more than your smarts, money, title or contacts in this increasingly complex yet connected world.   That belief is at the heart of my TED@IBM talk on September 23rd, which you can watch live: “The Web of Humanity: Becoming an Opportunity Maker.” I am in awe of the line up of speakers on “how to reimagine the world.” Here’s one method to spur greater…
  • What Actually Makes You Seem Likeable?

    Kare Anderson
    6 Sep 2014 | 10:36 am
    When I was an “on-air talent” on an NBC show, one of the first things they tested before I was hired was my likeability, what the TV industry and others dub the “Q” factor. Even though I tested high on that range I was keenly aware that it mattered more than my journalism experience, smarts, willingness to work hard or aptitude for this job. In fact, I believed that at least three other candidates were better qualified.  Others call this effect the Mitt Romney mistake.Your early smile, sustained attention and warm nods – how much do these behaviors affect others? Enough to…
  • Deepen Your Friendships

    Kare Anderson
    5 Aug 2014 | 5:24 pm
    “When you throw mud you get dirty,  Adlai Stephenson once dryly remarked when advised to criticize his opponent who was launching vicious, personal attacks against him in a political campaign. He lost. Yet others, including me, believe you lose ground when you throw mud.  Instead, praise the part of someone that you genuinely admire when you are tempted to “go negative.”That way you can avoid being stained by your own criticism via spontaneous trait transference.  That’s where listeners automatically and unintentionally associate with you the trait you cite in…
  • How to Have More Happiness Moments

    Kare Anderson
    16 Jul 2014 | 7:41 am
    An elementary school teacher in rural Arkansas made a bracelet of charms of each student in her class so she could continually remind herself of how she cared about each one, and her passion for teaching them.The rest of the story is the real clincher for seeing that happiness can be a choice.She wakes up each morning with the painful fatigue that most face when they have the chronic, erratic and incurable disease, multiple sclerosis.Many would give up and quit working yet some don’t, as Shawn Achor shows in his new book Before Happiness. Why do different people in the same situation…
  • Can You Keep Your Cool When Under Fire?

    Kare Anderson
    29 Jun 2014 | 12:15 pm
    When you most want to smash someone in the face or run out of the room, remember this ironic opportunity. Cooling off someone else’s anger can be a way to actually bring that person closer. Warning: Don’t add fuel to the fire by suggesting that they calm down.Hint: “the opposite of anger is not calmness, it’s empathy,” notes Mehmet Oz. So, when someone’s angry at you, that empathy must start with you.Here are five actionable tips that have helped me, when I’ve used them, which is not often enough. None will work all the time, and some will work better for your personality style…
 
 
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    The Fast Track

  • How to Streamline Projects And Increase Team Output

    Dan Schawbel
    1 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
    I recently spoke to Charlene Li, who is the Founder of Altimeter Group and the author of the New York Times bestseller, Open Leadership. She is also the coauthor of the critically acclaimed, bestselling book Groundswell, which was named one of the best business books in 2008. She is one of the foremost experts on social media and technologies and a consultant and independent thought leader on leadership, strategy, social technologies, interactive media and marketing. Formerly Li was vice president and principal analyst at Forrester Research, worked in online newspaper publishing, and was…
  • 5 Mistakes to Avoid in Your One-On-Ones With Your Manager

    Alison Green
    30 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Ever feel like your one-on-ones’s with your manager aren’t that helpful? The reason might be that you’re making some – or all! – of these mistakes. 1. Using the time exclusively for updates rather than for having a real dialogue. Too often, people use their one-on-ones to run down laundry lists of updates on projects. But when that information could easily be captured in a quick bulleted list that you email ahead of time, you’re squandering time with your manager that could be more productively spent on actual interaction: talking through challenges that you’re facing, getting…
  • Infuse Your Work with the Spirit of Adventure – Chris Guillebeau

    Alexandra Levit
    30 Sep 2014 | 4:30 am
    Social media phenom and bestselling author Chris Guillebeau reflects on what he’s learned from his global business experiences. Chris Guillebeau is the opposite of me. He’s a risk taker, I’m cautious. I just want to earn a living, he’s after World Domination. And where I thought going to London for four months was living dangerously, Chris has traveled to every country in the world – sleeping in airports and meeting people from all walks of life. Because I believe we can learn the most from those with different perspectives, I interviewed Chris about crossing cultures and breaking…
  • Patra Corp Moves Outsourcing to the Cloud

    Davin Wilfrid
    29 Sep 2014 | 10:35 am
    As a leader in back-office outsourcing to the insurance industry, Patra Corporation is constantly improving its ability to deliver to customers. To scale its business, Patra needed a solution that would enable maximum efficiency in its business processes and deliver relevant insights quickly. The organization found its answer by building a range of highly specialized apps on the Intuit QuickBase platform. The ability to build and deploy quickly while meeting specific customer needs has enabled Patra to deliver high-quality service at much greater scale than ever. “QuickBase is the primary…
  • How to Hire an Operations Manager With People Skills

    Anita Bruzzese
    29 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
    Hiring an operations manager means finding someone with the right technical skills and abilities to fulfill the job description. But if that’s your only criteria for making a hire, you could be in for big, big trouble. When it comes to hiring an operations manager, it’s pretty clear from the resume whether the person has the necessary technical expertise to do the job. An interview is likely to confirm the person’s knowledge and skills, and if the salary is acceptable to the candidate you may be ready to offer the job. Stop! Before you sign up someone who appears to be a great…
 
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    Collaborative Journeys

  • The Price of Convenience: Loss of Connection and Relationship

    Ben Ziegler
    18 Sep 2014 | 3:59 pm
    With a few keyboard strokes, you have it; whatever it is.  A book, groceries, someone to clean your home…  And, at such a convenient price,too!  What’s the rub?  How about loss of connection and relationship?  From a Washington Post article last week about Homejoy (h/t to Jarche for the link), a cleaning services web start-up. …That’s the trade-off in moving toward independent contracting in the service economy, where people order services online just as they would order batteries or a pair of shoes. Homejoy is pitched toward younger people with disposable income…
  • Discover and Story Your Community via YouTube: An example from Uruguay

    Ben Ziegler
    15 Sep 2014 | 4:11 pm
    My mind churned after a fascinating article in Saturday’s Globe and Mail newspaper. A story from Uruguay; on putting a face on the nation, via YouTube; Tiranos Temblad.  Hola, YouTube – the new way of learning more; about your place, people, community, brand.  And, telling a story. Tiranos Temblad    Two artists are documenting the life of Uruguay, one week – and dozens of hours of YouTube footage – at a time.  The artists are filmmaker Augustin Ferrando and photographer (ex-dentist) Fernando Montoro, partners in work and life.  On their YouTube channel, Tiranos…
  • Writing tips for storytelling from Billy Wilder

    Ben Ziegler
    9 Sep 2014 | 8:41 pm
    Summer is always a good time to vary perspective.   On the book front this summer, “Conversations With Wilder“, by Cameron Crowe, offered me some new perspectives on story. Billy Wilder (1906-2002) was a legendary Hollywood movie writer and director. (Double Indemnity, Sunset Boulevard, Some Like it Hot, The Apartment and many more). Conversations with Wilder is visual candy; many photos of famous folks, interspersed with entertaining stories and reveals. Wilder’s Tips for Writers and Storytellers Wilder’s tips are more than just adhoc tips.  They hang together.
  • Offering a Continuum of Choices is a Trusted Collaborative Problem Solving Technique

    Ben Ziegler
    25 Aug 2014 | 9:11 am
    When we’re stuck on a problem, and filled with negativity, the options lean to either/or.  When we articulate the spaces in-between, new possibilities emerge, a continuum of choices.   A continuum of choices reduces the risk of either/or, win/lose, and encourages collaborative problem solving. image: drawingoutideas.com Offer a continuum As a contract court mediator with Mediate BC, I often rely on continuum.  Lawsuits are filed.  The disputants arrive for the mediation. They come in with win/lose mindset.  “I’m right, you’re wrong”.  Their world is black and white.
  • 3 Preconditions for Effective Communications

    Ben Ziegler
    21 Aug 2014 | 3:00 am
    Ever reached out, across the virtual divide, and found your communications efforts less than stellar?  (Yep.)   Somehow, the conversation seems to have barely begun, before the scene deteriorates and communications fall apart.   Puzzled as to why things unfolded that way?   Maybe, the conditions weren’t in-place to begin with, for effective communications to happen. image source: drawingoutideas.com Effective virtual and I Real Life communications are similar.   In either scenario, if we have some common ground between us, we increase the likelihood for successful communications;…
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    Perficient Portals and Social Business

  • A Day in the Life of a Social Media Manager

    Mark Polly
    29 Sep 2014 | 9:16 am
    In the BufferSocial blog, Kevan Lee posted an article for Social Media Managers.  The post takes a look a “typical” social media manager’s day and breaks down that day into many different activities, represented in the info graphic here.    Mr. Lee also provides several different views on how other people spend their days managing social media.  One person, Finola Howard, manages to compress all her daily activities into just one hour per day. Her tasks include: Use SocialOomph to figure out which new twitter followers to accept Measure which posts are performing the…
  • How to Implement Lighter Weight Portals, Part 3: Knockout Portlet

    Mark Polly
    18 Sep 2014 | 3:25 pm
    In this series, I’m showing how Portals don’t have to be heavyweight.  In Part 1, I wrote about how to make the infrastructure lighter by using cloud or IBM’s Pure System.  In Part 2, I introduced the concept of using IBM’s Web Content Manager system to build very simple portlets. Now in this final installment, I am going to extend the concepts introduced in Part 2 to show how we can build more complex portlets, but still keep everything lightweight.  To review quickly, in Part 2, I avoided the build and deploy cycle of building Java portlets by using the built-in…
  • How to Implement Lighter Weight Portals, Part 2: Portlets

    Mark Polly
    16 Sep 2014 | 10:25 am
    In part 1 of this series, How to Implement Lighter Weight Portals, I wrote about the infrastructure and installation aspects of Portals. To make the tasks of managing and installing portals, I recommended cloud solutions and for IBM, their PureApplication system both in the cloud and on-premise. In Part 2, I turn my attention to applications and how to make task of developing portal applications more lightweight. The goal of a portal is to combine applications and content at the glass for a user.  By this definition alone, we should always think of how to make lightweight portlets.  If you…
  • Using Mapping to Show Up-to-Date Content

    Michael Porter
    4 Sep 2014 | 9:45 am
    Sometimes I’m amazed with what some of our developers do.  I’ve seen so many examples of code just thrown together. I’ve seen that code produce infinite loops, slow down load time by a factor of 10, and take down servers.  So when I see an example of someone thinking through how to efficiently create code, I’m amazed.  Anyway, Parshva Vora, a Sitecore developer here at Perficient, just blogged on how you can use mapping to create agile code and more efficiently get at the latest content.  I’ll use some of his own words Let’s talk about motivation first. I…
  • Why Patient Portals Remain Healthcare’s Enigma

    Michael Porter
    3 Sep 2014 | 7:54 am
    CIO.com has an interesting article about why patient portals just aren’t popular.  I think the author, Brian Eastwood, gets some things right but also misses some key reasons or challenges.  Here’s what he got right. Adoption just isn’t very high. No one is using the patient portals that are out there. Doctors don’t use portals………….and they don’t have patients who use portals.  In other words, if a medical provider still thinks the best way to communicate is when someone is sitting in front of them then things won’t change. The…
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    Leader Networks blog

  • Gender vs. Generational Divide Tops Findings From The Social Consumer Study

    Vanessa DiMauro
    24 Sep 2014 | 4:10 am
    Don Bulmer and I are thrilled to share the findings of our  latest study, The Social Consumer,  and we think this is the most exciting one yet!  We researched the factors that inform, impact and shape trust, loyalty and preferences of the digitally connected consumer. We tested the belief that brands which can tap into the emotions about and awareness of their values (human/social) are most likely to inspire positive action and loyalty from consumers.  This is our third research collaboration since 2009, as part of our fellowship with The Society for New Communication Research. We were…
  • Big List 2.0: The Top 106 B2B Online Customer Communities

    Vanessa DiMauro
    8 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    I am thrilled to share the most comprehensive directory of B2B online customer communities on the web and perhaps even the planet! We published our first Big List in 2011 and just finished an exhaustive period of research and review to bring you the following 106 dynamic communities. From IT pros and CIOs to plumbers, baristas, and dentists. From frequent fliers to small business owners, you’ll find them all and more, right here. The Big List functions as a much deserved acknowledgment of B2B communities and their dedicated community managers, fierce executive champions and collaborative…
  • Spotlighting *Your* B2B Online Community – Call for Participation

    Vanessa DiMauro
    18 Aug 2014 | 9:56 am
    Calling all B2B community builders, the Big List is back! In 2011 Leader Networks, a well known social business research and consulting firm, researched and published a list of the top 71 online customer communities –drawing attention to thriving, dynamic, communities that didn’t receive much fanfare due to their focused audiences and limited public exposure. It holds true today that little is known about many of the most vibrant and visionary B2B communities due to their role as competitive advantages and their importance to their company’s strategic mission. In fact some of the…
  • Highlights from the 2014 Social Business Benchmark Study

    Vanessa DiMauro
    11 Aug 2014 | 5:54 am
    Another summer brings a new set of Social Business Benchmark study results! For the past three years, in partnership with the Society for New Communications Research (SNCR), we at Leader Networks, conduct an ongoing study on the impact social practices are having on organizations. Unlike the other studies that focus mainly on social media marketing, we examine the social footprint across  four important areas: Strategic intentions, operations, staffing, governance and organizational impact. This ongoing study has yielded responses from over 190 organizations, with 17 industries represented.
  • Social Marketing and Gender Equality through Power Networking: 4 Common Trends Related to Transformation, Power and Influence

    Vanessa DiMauro
    5 Aug 2014 | 12:52 am
    For my last (but certainly not least) guest blogger in the summer series, I have invited Dr. Patrica Fletcher to share her thoughts about the impact of social on transformation, power and influence.  Patti is a real powerhouse herself – she  is the global leader of the Cross-Portfolio Marketing and Social Marketing Center of Excellence teams at IHS, and is the Co-Founder and CEO of PSDNetwork, LLC.  Her work centers on enablement and culture change with a particularly interesting focus on women in the boardroom.  I am inspired by Patti and her work and am sure you will be too! Read…
 
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    The Social Workplace

  • Winning the Hearts and Minds of Your Employees [#infographic]

    Elizabeth
    17 Sep 2014 | 10:40 am
    Employee engagement is a much talked about topic, and despite all the chatter it continues to be a challenge because all too often senior leaders don’t understand the impacts that increased engagement can have to the organizations. I agree with what Six Seconds says which is that senior leaders continue to make three tragic mistakes: 1. This as a “nice to have” instead of confronting reality: Employee engagement is the lifeblood of performance. 2. We can increase engagement just by talking about it: Employees become engaged due to their emotional experience. 3. Surface…
  • How HR can Align Employee Engagement to Business Success

    Elizabeth
    14 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
    As a professional who leads HR communication and strategy, discussions on how to analyze, increase and measure employee engagement are a regular part of my meetings with HR executives and senior leadership. And what I’ve come to realize is that employee engagement means different things to different people… and how you achieve engagement has differing thoughts as well. But a common theme that surfaces in all my conversations is how to equate an engaged workforce to being successful as business? For some companies, engagement means providing the tools necessary to be more…
  • Enabling The Social Workplace Through Social Technologies

    Elizabeth
    27 May 2014 | 2:34 pm
    Image courtesy of equatehr Through my own conversations, I have seen a shift in the C suite towards having a better understanding that social technology is no longer a “nice to have” but a “must have” in today’s results-driven workplace. There has been significant growth in the deployment of cohesive social platforms as a communications tool to help employees not only understand how their individual role contributes to overall business success but also as a valuable information tool for knowledge sharing and collaboration activities. However, while “72 percent of…
  • 2014 CMO’s Guide to Social Platforms

    Elizabeth
    26 Mar 2014 | 6:24 am
    Since 2010, CMO has released its annual infographic that highlights the social platforms that matter to marketers. For this year’s guide, CMO.com teamed with data visualization specialist Visual.ly to help with both content and design. For 2014, the Big Four are joined by newcomer SlideShare, 2013 entries Google+ and Pinterest, and Instagram, which makes its second appearance since2012. As in past years, each platform is evaluated by four key criteria: SEO, brand awareness, customer communication, and traffic generation, with performance compared with the past two years (except in…
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    Jellnet

  • Scheduling a Video Chat With Joseph Karwat

    JellVideo
    16 Sep 2014 | 3:31 pm
        You can reach me via video chat by following these instructions: You will need a free JustKnock account.  See www.jellnet.com/JustKnock for registration information.  But basically you’ll need a webcam equipped computing device running Chrome, FireFox or Opera. I maintain virtual office hours Monday thru Thursday from 10am to 3pm PST (San Francisco).  Just knock on my virtual door (www.JustKnock/jk) anytime during those hours.  I’ll be happy to discuss any topic you feel is relevant.  Please make sure you are clearly visible in the video frame. Note: When you…
  • The webRTC Tsunami is Coming

    JellVideo
    11 Dec 2013 | 1:35 pm
    Within the next 18 months four major  tech industry innovations will converge to create a massive tsunami that will engulf traditional forms of real-time video communications.  This webRTC tsunami will reshape the telecommunications industry.  Firms that resist or fall off the wave will find it difficult to survive.   New firms that learn how to ride the wave will succeed and reap massive rewards.  The convergence of: webRTC’s adoption by Microsoft (Internet Explorer) and Apple (Safari, IOS) in addition to existing adopters Google (Chrome), Mozilla (FireFox) and Opera will firmly…
  • Yahoo’s Brain Freeze

    jellwpadmin
    22 Nov 2013 | 8:26 am
    Will Yahoo go the way of MySpace.com I’m a big fan of Yahoo’s CEO Marissa Mayer. By all accounts her patient and thoughtful approach to turning around Yahoo has been stellar. So it’s really difficult to make sense of her recent edict banning Yahoo employees from working at home. The ban is really old school. It also shows that her faith in Yahoo’s staff has been shattered. But what is most troubling, is what the ban says about Yahoo and Ms. Mayer’s ability to manage a knowledge based workforce. Google would have recognized this as an opportunity to create a new…
  • Jell Networks to Distribute SoliCall Pro Software

    jellwpadmin
    22 Nov 2013 | 8:25 am
    Press Release For immediate release:  San Francisco, California/Tel Mond, Israel-  Wednesday, January 2, 2013 Media Contacts: Moses Benjamin Director of Marketing SoliCall www.solicall.com Joseph Karwat CEO Jell Networks LLC. 415-462-0263 jkarwat@jellnet.com www.jellnet.com Jell Networks to Distribute SoliCall Pro Software —Solution Improves Hands-Free Desktop Video Collaboration Audio Quality Business professionals across the spectrum are dramatically increasing their use of desktop video conferencing to maximize productivity.  However, due to the wide range of devices…
  • 7% of US Workers Work Full Time From Home

    jellwpadmin
    22 Nov 2013 | 8:23 am
    The Census Bureau’s Survey of Income and Program Participation finds about 9.4 million Americans, or 6.6% of workers, worked exclusively from home on their primary job in 2010, up from 4.8% in 1997.
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    Collective Self

  • Noticing a Miracle

    lori
    30 Sep 2014 | 1:28 pm
    Our pair of resident bald eagles have been away from home for more than a month — off on a river fishing working vacation, we’ve heard from other neighbors — after their baby grew up and left the nest in August. I didn’t realize how much I’d miss seeing them every morning out the kitchen windows as I make tea. I miss them. A few minutes ago, I heard a deep, ominous buzz coming from our bedroom. It was a mean-looking wasp who had flown in the deck door and trapped herself against the door glass trying to get back out. I sprung into action, herding the cats out of…
  • The Advice of Trees

    lori
    27 Sep 2014 | 12:58 pm
    be extra kind to yourself, little human in this interim span while the world remakes herself for you you are little for a reason take solace in walking outside talking to neighbors touching the soil and water with your so-cool hands eating food you made yourself, and that made for you making love breathing via those miracle lungs of yours immerse yourself in some small thing of beauty to you for you and when you lose track of time celebrate this not-small freedom with a dance of your own making your dancing feeds our roots, and yours stop feeling bad for protecting your tender ears from…
  • Pickle Recipe

    lori
    4 Sep 2014 | 12:18 pm
    We could argue all day about what is and isn’t a poem but let’s not. Keep your perspective. I’ll keep mine. Let’s make pickles in lieu of argument. in my notebooks grocery lists and recipes are tucked among poems like lighthouses for coming back into this body some days they are my favorite poems yesterday two neighbors and I crafted this one together Bread and Butter Pickles, double batch 50 pickling cucumbers 10 onions 4 red bell peppers 8 garlic cloves 1 c salt 6 c cider vinegar 10 c sugar 4 TBS mustard seed 4 tsp celery seed 1 tsp whole cloves 4 tsp turmeric there…
  • How to Be Heard by a Total Asshole

    lori
    20 Aug 2014 | 2:57 pm
    Be quiet for gratitude. Give yourself time to notice the privileges sent your way today. Not everyone is so fortunate. When you see how lucky you are, you show up humble. When you see how lucky you are, you can listen and connect. Lose sight of that and in one breath, one single moment, you become the asshole in the conversation. Today I am lucky for the friends around me, for the earth and sand I walk on, and for the ocean I draw deep healing from. I am lucky to have access to community, to food, to new ideas and skills, and to resources immeasurable. I went to bed feeling safe, and I walked…
  • What Does a Poet Do?

    lori
    17 Aug 2014 | 3:32 pm
    for Alice Walker Do you know that poets in our hardest moments in quiet attic battlefields sit with you to weep with joy? Do you know that humans at our most afraid carrying hearts so tender act because your actions give us faith in ourselves? Do you know as yet another person loses sight of humanity taking precious life precious limbs taking almost everything that matters pointlessly again and again and, fuck, not again, until I want to rip the American  and, this month, the Earthling badge off my burning human uniform hurl them into dark forgiving space submerge my inner being in…
 
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    Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback & prototyping tool.

  • Live cursors now available

    notism
    28 Sep 2014 | 9:34 am
    TweetRight in time for autumn (well at least in the Northern Hemisphere) we have another update for you. Right in the toolbar of the editor you’ll see who’s working on the project right now. Use the option “Show live cursors” to see the cursor movements of all people online in real time. This feature automatically activates itself once there is more than one person working on a project at the same time. Use the people icon to show/hide the cursor movements of your online collaborators. Click on the name of a collaborator and you’ll be taken to the page he or she…
  • Export projects as PDF

    notism
    20 Sep 2014 | 9:38 am
    TweetA lot of you have emailed us and asked for a way to backup things. Now we are coming up with a great solution: PDF export. From now on you are able to export design projects including all images and notes to PDF. This is especially handy if you need to archive your projects for later reference. You’ll find the export feature on the project page right beneath the project you want to export. The export feature will available from our Team plan onwards. The post Export projects as PDF appeared first on Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback &…
  • Mobile projects now available

    notism
    15 Aug 2014 | 11:03 am
    Tweet Hope you have found some time to enjoy summer. We are also back with update news: from today on you can also start and test mobile projects for iPad, iPhone or Android. The post Mobile projects now available appeared first on Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback & prototyping tool..
  • Video collaboration now available

    notism
    2 Jun 2014 | 12:47 pm
    Tweet Yes you heard right video has arrived. Use the whole Notism toolset to review video: Notes, Sketches & Selections. Every time you use a tool Notism adds a timeline marker to the videofile. So it’s really easy to flip back and forth the feedback frames. The post Video collaboration now available appeared first on Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback & prototyping tool..
  • Share and Win

    notism
    21 Feb 2014 | 12:52 pm
    TweetSupport us with a tweet and be in with the chance to WIN 1 of 5 ENTERPRISE subscriptions for a whole year AND 1 of 5 great silkscreen prints by the great guys at stellavie (Include the hashtag #notism to enter the draw) The post Share and Win appeared first on Notism - A smarter way to discuss visual content. Free design team feedback & prototyping tool..
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