- Airset - Free Online Group Calendar and Information Manager.
About AirSet Product Vision AirSet puts you in control of your complicated life. Using a web browser or mobile phone, you can manage family, work, and social group schedules and communications. Free and Subscription Services Free Basic Membership: Membership includes access to AirSet web services including the networked calendar and contacts plus other tools. AirSet will deliver mobile text messages (reminders, schedule summaries, and other content) for free. Your mobile phone carrier may charge you for receiving text messages - check your service plan.
The ultimate life organizer for busy people struggling to balance hectic work & home lives. Share online calendars, contacts, lists and files with all your important groups: family, work, school, church and more.
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Note: Our Commitment to You AirSet will safeguard the data that you place into the service. Please read our policies on privacy, security, and terms of service. We do NOT share your personal information with any third-party.
- MediaWiki - Wiki software (GNU General Public License)
MediaWiki is a wiki software package licensed under the GNU General Public License. It is written in PHP and requires the MySQL relational database management system (although it has some PostgreSQL support). Historically, MediaWiki was developed to serve the needs of Wikipedia, a free wiki-based encyclopedia, but it has since become one of the most popular general wiki solutions.
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Note: Today, it is used by all projects of the Wikimedia Foundation, all wikis hosted by Wikia, and many other popular and large wikis. It has also been deployed by companies as an internal knowledge management solution, and as a content management system. Notably, Novell uses it to operate several of ...moreits high traffic websites, which are not editable by the general public.
- Calendar Swamp by Scott Mace
If we're ever going to share calendars, we have to insist on interoperability between them all. Let's drain the swamp!
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- Comparison of wiki software - Wikipedia.org
Comparison of wiki software
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- Testing the Flexibility Of Web-Based Calendars By WALTER S. MOSSBERG
A good comparison between AirSet by Airena Inc (free) and Trumba OneCalendar by Trumba Corp ($40US a year after a two month trial)
Walt tests two Web-based calendar and organizer programs -- AirSet and Trumba OneCalendar -- in a quest for more accessibility and flexibility.
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- Zoho - Affordable software for individuals, small & medium business
Zoho offers a suite of online web applications that help increases your productivity. Zoho's diversified product line includes a word processor, a spreahsheet, a CRM etc
Zoho offers a suite of online web applications geared towards increasing your productivity and offering easy collaboration. Zoho's online office tools include a word processor, spreadsheet application, presentation tool, hosted wiki, notebook, CRM, Database software etc
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- A Picture's Worth - David Chin
"A Picture's Worth" was launched on 1 August 2003 as a personal project to highlight the emotions and memories triggered by a photograph of personal significance. By inspiring people to bring out the meaning or story behind a personal photograph, "A Picture's Worth" provides a haven for people to truly "show and tell". In line with the idea that "a picture is worth a thousand words", you are invited to "show and tell" by submitting a personal photograph with a story to explain the photograph's significance to you. At least one new photoessay will be posted every day.
A Picture's Worth
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- Million Authors Project
The Million Authors Project is an experiment to test the collective minds of several thousand people, all working together to create a written work. The goal of the project is to end up with a written novel, novella or short story for everyone to enjoy, written one page, paragraph, or sentence at a time. The project is open to anyone who wants to be involved.
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- ThinkFree Online beta
ThinkFree® is the leader in next-generation productivity solutions for platform independent, anytime, anywhere-computing. ThinkFree usability extends beyond PCs and is perfect for Internet-connected devices, including thin client and mobile computing platforms. The award-winning ThinkFree Office is a Microsoft® Office compatible application suite comprised of word processing, spreadsheet, and presentation graphics software-all usable online and off.
The ThinkFree boundless environment. Freedom to access documents and produce results anytime, anywhere.
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- Wiki - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A wiki (IPA: [ˈwɪ.kiː] <WICK-ee> or [ˈwiː.kiː] <WEE-kee>) is a type of website that allows users to easily add, remove, or otherwise edit and change some available content, sometimes without the need for registration. This ease of interaction and operation makes a wiki an effective tool for collaborative authoring. The term wiki can also refer to the collaborative software itself (wiki engine) that facilitates the operation of such a website (see wiki software), or to certain specific wiki sites, including the computer science site (and original wiki), WikiWikiWeb, and the online encyclopedias such as Wikipedia. The first wiki, WikiWikiWeb, is named after the "Wiki Wiki" line of Chance RT-52 buses in Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii.
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- 1000 journals
The 1000 Journals Project is an ongoing, collaborative experiment attempting to follow 1000 journals throughout their travels. The goal is to provide a method for interation and shared creativity. If you ask a kindergarten class how many of them are artists, they'll all raise their hands. Ask the same question of 6th graders, and maybe one third will respond. Ask high school grads, and few will admit to it. What happens to us growing up? We begin to fear criticism, and tend to keep our creativity to ourselves. Many people keep journals, of writing or sketching, but not many share them with people. (when was the last time a friend invited you to read their diary?) You will not be judged here. And you will have company. This is for you. For everyone.
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- 30 Boxes | a new way to organize your life and connect with friends
# organize your day and your web stuff # share the things that you want to share (like parts of your schedule on your blog or myspace) # follow your buddies' myspace, flickr, webshots, livejournal, heck, any personal blog
30 Boxes is almost certainly the easiest way to share your calendar and your web stuff online. Organize your life, share all or parts of it with friends.Post it to your blog. Track your friends online including their Flickr, Webshots, Vox, Facebook, MySpace, blogs, and more! It's quite simply the world's most open social network.
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4Teachers.org works to help you integrate technology into your classroom by offering FREE online tools and resources. This site helps teachers locate and create ready-to-use Web lessons, quizzes, rubrics and classroom calendars. There are also tools for student use. Discover valuable professional development resources addressing issues such as equity, ELL, technology planning, and at-risk or special-needs students.
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- Complore-Come Xplore.
Complore is a Social Research Collaboration Tool to connect the researchers in diverse fields around the world.
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- Melbourne Cabaret Festival
Welcome to the Melbourne Cabaret Festival website! The inaugural Festival will run from Thursday 29 June to Sunday 9 July 2006 and has come about through the collaboration of venues across Melbourne which regularly host cabaret. The Festival will showcase the crème de la crème of cabaret talent as well as emerging performers keen to try out this dynamic art form.
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- PBwiki.com | Free Collaborative Editing & Publishing
75.000 hosted wikis (free accounts, supports tables)
Online Team Collaboration: shared workspaces for working with colleagues, clients, and partners.
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- People talking about their different media centre setups - TwonkyVision UPnP AV Media Server Forum
TwonkyVision UPnP AV Media Server Forum Index -> TwonkyVision MediaServer A bunch of people talking about they're different streaming setups. 1- What do you use TwonkyVision for: streaming Music and/or Pictures and/or Videos and/or Internet Radios? 2- What Server(s) are you using? 3- What Client device(s) are you using?
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- Qunu | live help when you need it most
Qunu is a search engine for people. We use instant messaging to connect -- in real time -- people who have (for now) software or tech-related questions with experts who are passionate and willing to help.
Qunu is live help when you need it most. Qunu connects - in realtime - people who require immediate software or tech-related help with experts who are online and available to help.
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- The Sunbird Project
The Sunbird Project is a cross platform standalone calendar application based on Mozilla's XUL user interface language.
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- Wiki Wiki Web
The first WikiWikiWeb (http://c2.com/cgi/wiki), is named after the "Wiki Wiki" line of "Chance RT-52 shuttle buses" in Honolulu International Airport, Hawaii by Ward Cunningham. Cunningham named WikiWikiWeb that way because he remembered a Honolulu International Airport counter employee telling him to take the so-called "Wiki Wiki" Chance RT-52 shuttle bus line that runs between the airport's terminals. According to Cunningham, "I chose wiki-wiki as an alliterative substitute for 'quick' and thereby avoided naming this stuff quick-web." "Wiki Wiki" is a reduplication of "wiki", a Hawaiian-language word for fast. The word wiki is a shorter form of wiki wiki (weekie, weekie).
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Note: Good list of wiki hosting on the web at:
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