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Janos Haits

Save Google Wave! - 0 views

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    If you think that Google Wave should be saved give us a Thumbs Up!\nWhen we heard the news about Google Wave being shut down, we were devastated. Google Wave is an invaluable tool that we use every day to keep track and collaborate on projects (in real-time).
Janos Haits

Groupaya | We help groups work better together to create their future. - 0 views

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    We have over three decades of combined experience helping Fortune 500 companies, startups, nonprofits, foundations, government agencies, and grassroots movements solve meaningful, wicked problems collaboratively. Now we're aiming even higher.
Janos Haits

smartQ - workflow visualization, agile project management, task tracking and team colla... - 0 views

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    smartQ is an agile project management app built around a visual task board. It allows you to easily distribute work, track its progress and collaborate with your team online. smartQ can track tasks, issues, tickets - it is customizable to fit any workflow.
Janos Haits

Office for Android, iPad, iPhone & Symbian » Quickoffice - 1 views

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    The New Way to Work. This all-in-one, cross platform solution, lets you search, access, edit & sync your files across multiple devices, computers & clouds.
Janos Haits

Sign.al - Citizen and Photojournalism News App - 0 views

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    Get the top News in your country and the world by creating and voting for Signals. Create a Signal in seconds using photos, Geo-location, and a short title about real-world events. Complete citizen and photojournalism FREE News app, from the creation of the story, to the distribution and selection.
Janos Haits

Podio - 0 views

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    Introducing Podio, the work platform. Podio is a work platform with the ambition to change how we all work. We are developing a new and radical take on work tools: you build it yourself.
Janos Haits

Koios.org/ - 0 views

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    The free, open collaborative platform for complex problem solving. The system is intended for anyone curious and interested in solving wicked problems or investigating complicated unanswered questions.
Dave Yuhas

Product Tour - SoapBox - 9 views

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Janos Haits

HootSuite - Social Media Dashboard for Teams using Twitter, Facebook, Linkedin - 0 views

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    A Social Content Platform in the HootSuite DashboardThe HootSuite App Directory is a collection of extensions and applications that HootSuite users can add to their dashboard to create a customized experience.
Janos Haits

Khula Project - 0 views

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    Build user trust in cloud services through clear understanding of how information is used. We are simplifying complex legal documents to clearly convey how your information is shared and controlled.
Vahid Masrour

Empower People - Le réseau social : un outil à ne pas penser seul ! - 4 views

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George Columbow

Find Skills for Projects, Collaborate, Start Your Business in Ireland - Collab.ie - 6 views

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    Nice example of how to organize really useful collaboration site. Even no matter does this one working or not.
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Jamil Silva

jamil - Shared - favit - 6 views

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Rebecca Leaman

Democrasoft - Social Collaboration & Voting Platforms for Building Online Communities - 14 views

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The Augmented Social Network - building identity and trust into the next-generation Int... - 7 views

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    Could the next generation of online communications strengthen civil society by better connecting people to others with whom they share affinities, so they can more effectively exchange information and self-organize? Could such a system help to revitalize democracy in the 21st century? When networked personal computing was first developed, engineers concentrated on extending creativity among individuals and enhancing collaboration between a few. They did not much consider what social interaction among millions of Internet users would actually entail. It was thought that the Net's technical architecture need not address the issues of "personal identity" and "trust," since those matters tended to take care of themselves.\n\nThis paper proposes the creation of an Augmented Social Network (ASN) that would build identity and trust into the architecture of the Internet, in the public interest, in order to facilitate introductions between people who share affinities or complementary capabilities across social networks. The ASN has three main objectives: 1) To create an Internet-wide system that enables more efficient and effective knowledge sharing between people across institutional, geographic, and social boundaries. 2) To establish a form of persistent online identity that supports the public commons and the values of civil society. 3) To enhance the ability of citizens to form relationships and self-organize around shared interests in communities of practice in order to better engage in the process of democratic governance. In effect, the ASN proposes a form of "online citizenship" for the Information Age.
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The Earth Citizen Movement | BrainWorld - 4 views

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    "If someone asks you who you are, how do you identify yourself? You may tell them your name, job, nationality, race or religion. You probably realize that this answer does not encompass who you truly are. As we classify ourselves in various categories, we establish divisions between ourselves and others. Often it requires a catalyzing event, such as a natural disaster, for people to realize that we cannot survive if we don't work together. __ Today, due to global warming and other environmental issues, Earth faces many such disasters. Ilchi Lee, founder of the Earth Citizen Movement, first issued a call to action in 2001 in his book Healing Society. He wrote that once 100 million people realize they are Earth citizens and take action together, they will change the world. Enlightenment, Lee states, is not just knowledge. It is also action. Without action, he claims, knowledge is useless. __ The purpose of Lee's Earth Citizen Movement is to get people to declare themselves citizens of Earth. Rather than identifying with their nationality, race, or religion, they accept that they are human first, living together on Earth. The members believe human beings are all connected, and that realizing our common values will be the first step in recovering our humanity. __ The Earth Citizen Movement formally began in April 2009 and is growing all over the world. It has members in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Sweden, Russia, Korea and Japan. So far, over 100,000 people have joined. The movement's goal is reach to 100 million people. "
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Vahid Masrour

Cisco showcases big bets on collaboration - Network World - 3 views

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explore Annenberg

Realscreen >> Send in the crowds - 0 views

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    Recently, the BBC announced it would be creating an "open source" documentary series on the creation and impact of the World Wide Web, and I'm more than a little bit excited to see how it all turns out.
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peter woodford

Brandstation social network platform - 0 views

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    Brandstation Social Network Platform, Collaboration and communications tool, Manage your own community, Create a free own social network instantly at brandstation.tv
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