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Google Docs Guide: How to do Stuff with Google Doc


Google Docs is like an online version of Microsoft Office where you can create and upload documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, then share them with anyone you choose. This tutorial and guide will help you get more out of Google...
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Most Useful Web Applications for 2008


As we bid adieu to 2008, letís looks at some useful web applications that really made an impact. All these apps are available online for free and require no...
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BarCamp Africa


Last Saturday I attended BarCamp Africa, an event hosted at the Google Campus in Mountain View. BarCamp Africa brought people, institutions and enterprises interested in Africa - as a topic, an opportunity, or a place of action - together in one...
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Google, at your service


It used to be that creating a webpage was a pursuit reserved for the truly tech-savvy, requiring a geek's expertise in HTML, Java, or C++...
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PaaS Magic from Coda with Google Apps and Force.co


The value of platform as a service (PaaS) is not that you can take your on-premise applications and run them in the cloud - that's so ASP! In my opinion (and what would a blog be without one), the real value is in enabling functionality that was...
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Is This a Sign of an Ego Clash Among Tech Bloggers


Is this a sign of an ego clash among high profile tech bloggers. I hope that's not true but if the answer is yes, we could be missing lot of important tech news just because another rival A-list blog had the scoop.†David Sifry, the famous founder of...
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