Social Software

Online Surveys…

The new issue of the Chronicle of Philanthropy reports on a few interesting tidbits — 1) A new Harris Interactive Survey — only one in 10 Americans beleive that charities use donations honestly and ethically, and yet this notion didn’t stop most from making a donation. 2) Resources and tips for conducting online surveys 3) How online surveys are saving ...

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Social Networking Video: ProBlogger Blog Tips

The Daily Show nails MySpace courtesy of ProBlogger.

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Colon Cancer Awareness

If you have not already, visit the Fabulous at 50 Colon Cancer Awareness site. Where else can you watch a physician remove a polyp and read the blogs of a Senator, Mayor, and other local volunteers? Click here to visit the Fabulous at 50 Colon Cancer Awareness party and help spread the word.

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I may be saved yet

I’m not a big fan of "tagging" although it’s popular in the so-called web 2.0. Reminds me too much of old-fashioned labeling and filing. I keep hoping smart computers will do the work for me. Here’s an article about a computer system that generates ontologies for language data (as opposed to "folksonomies" in the tagging world). It uses several sources ...

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