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Shutterfly - sharing photos

For those of you who enjoy creating albums,  you may not realize different ways to share photos on Shutterfly’s website – you can share the albums, projects created as well as create a PDF of an album, share photos, and more.   33 more words


Why social network Tsu had to close its doors

Once in a while, something comes along that disrupts the way we work.  Tsu, the social network that launched to help charities and pay its users, closed its doors in August 2016. 1,068 more words

Social Networking

Recovering From Disasters: Social Networks Matter More Than Bottled Water

Standard advice about preparing for disasters focuses on building shelters and stockpiling things like food, water and batteries. But resilience – the ability to recover from shocks, including natural disasters – comes from our connections to others, and not from physical infrastructure or disaster kits. 1,227 more words


Resize an image for publication/internet in Photoshop (or Elements)

This is important for those who are artists and are either submitting work for a juried or curated  show – they often have standards with… 94 more words


Slack vs Facebook Workplace - an initial comparison

You may have heard that Facebook has launched a version of its flagship product for organizations, called Facebook Workplace. Facebook’s challenge, and opportunity, is that there are already other business collaboration and communication offerings on the market. 423 more words

Social Media

What's Wrong with MOOCs: One-Size-Fits-All Syndrome

By Jim Shimabukuro

The Malaysian government is taking steps to “make 30 per cent of higher education courses available as massive open online courses (or MOOCs) by 2020” ( 819 more words

Trends & Issues

Bystander Syndrome - the modern version

We’ve all heard about it, people staring at someone in difficulty and not raising a finger to help. When I was a kid it was called Bystander Syndrome and despite everyone agreeing what an awful thing it is, most are guilty of it. 311 more words

Musings From The Mind