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BusinessWithout business our life standard would probably suck.
updated by rck, 2008-03-08
Sometimes, a forum or even a chat is not enough. You want direct communication with someone across the world, with voice and visual support. For quite some time now Skype is one of the leading Voice-over-IP solutions, even having support for connecting to the outside world (=regular phones) and creating phone conferences (=phoning with multiple people).
Add a nice screen-sharing program to that, maybe even a collection of web-based productivity applications and you should be able to discuss and write down your ideas pretty quickly.
updated by rck, 2005-08-13
If you'd ask me about my favourite piece of software, I'd answer Photoshop instantly. Naturally, I'm interested in the surroundings of Photoshop as well. Like Adobe, the Photoshop team or their building.
I've just happend to come across a nice little picture story on PhotoshopNews, which shows the Photoshop team as well as Adobes headquarter in St. Jos / California
updated by rck, 2005-07-10
Common websites rely on external webmetric-analysis. How many people came on the site, what did they do, where did they go? The Visitors module took that idea and enhanced the statistics with data only a native application would be able to find out. Who was logged in and when? Which modules did he/she use?
But Visitors is quite a bit away from being a full-fledged datamining tool. While it is possible to see which path a visitor on a certain site took right now there is no generic history analysis as of now. I've described some concepts during the past semesters Data Warehousing 2 lecture.
updated by rck, 2005-07-05
There's a new classifieds platform here in Austria. The nice thing about Tom Clever is, that it is for free. There are no fees whatsoever involved. One can get overwhelmed by the sheer amount of categories, but the structure makes sense.
The eight categories (communities, hobbies, vehicles, services, contact, real estates, courses and goods of all kind) should be able to hold everything someone would like to sell or buy.
updated by rck, 2005-04-29
updated by rck, 2005-04-18
Adobe and Macromedia. For years, they've been fighting for users of the same market. Both into creative products, both having similar products. Macromedia Dreamweaver dominated Adobe Pagemill (and later Adobe GoLive, which Adobe acquired in 1999). Adobe Illustrator dominated Macromedia Freehand. And Adobe never got LiveMotion -- its Macromedia Flash rival -- really running.
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