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August 7, 2008  4:31 PM

How you can watch the Olympics live online (and what sysadmins can do about it)



Posted by: GuyPardon
communications, cool, event, feeds, free, Google, government, hacking, howto, interactive media, Internet, IPTV, media, Microsoft, multimedia, participation, resource, streaming, Sun Microsystems, Technology, useful, video, Web applications, Web services, wiki, Yahoo!, YouTube

After years of buildup, the Olympics are about to kick off tomorrow in Beijing. As Shamus McGillicuddy reports,

June 26, 2008  1:16 PM

What is Google’s vision for enterprise applications in the cloud?



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, business, buzz, buzzword, cloud computing, collaboration, communications, compliance, conference, conversation, data, enterprise, enterprise 2.0, Google, governance, government, innovation, Internet, interoperability, software, Technology, the cloud, trend, utility computing, video, Web 2.0, Web applications, Web services

Three TechTarget editors interviewed Rishi Chandra, Product Manager, Google Enterprise, at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston. Barney Beal, Zach Church and Alex Howard covered a wide range of topics over the course of this exclusive thirty minute interview, questioning Chandra about Google's...


June 17, 2008  11:08 PM

Podcast: Live from Enterprise 2.0, discussing how to use social media



Posted by: GuyPardon
cloud computing, communications, community, conference, enterprise, enterprise 2.0, event, feedback, forum, government, interactive media, MP3, new media, podcast, social networking, social publishing, Technology, the cloud, Web 2.0, Web applications, WhatIs.com

Last week at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference in Boston, I was pulled into a podcast with Chris Brogan,


June 11, 2008  3:56 PM

Video: What is Intellipedia? Burke and Dennehy explain how wikis are being used at the CIA



Posted by: GuyPardon
collaboration, community, culture, enterprise 2.0, geek, government, information, innovation, invention, learning, tool, trend

Download Title Sometimes celebrity is all about context. Stars of film, sport...


May 22, 2008  2:14 PM

What is the history of the ARPANET? A 1972 documentary tells the story of the birth of the Internet



Posted by: GuyPardon
academics, collaboration, communications, community, data, fundamentals, government, history, innovation, Internet, invention, learning, network, Networking, science, Technology

"The Heralds of Resource Shaping" on Google Video tells the story of the origins of the Internet. At thirty minutes, this documentary is a bit longer than the average online video (or attention span) but well worth the time...


May 19, 2008  10:29 AM

What is the future of the Internet?



Posted by: GuyPardon
academics, Berkmanat10, blogging, books, collaboration, college, commentary, communications, community, conference, conversation, copyright, courses, data, education, election, event, forum, futurism, government, information, Internet, law, learning, Networking, Technology, Web 2.0, wiki

Do you think much about the future of the Internet? Last week, the academics and technologists...


March 10, 2008  9:13 AM

Video: FBI can listen even when a cellphone is turned off



Posted by: GuyPardon
applications, Audio, communications, email, government, hacking, information, Mobile, politics, Security, Technology, tool, tracking, traffic, video, YouTube

Fox News aired a report in 2006 that described how the FBI can turn on the mic on a cellphone and eavesdrop -- even if the phone is turned off. [kml_flashembed movie="http://www.youtube.com/v/O61YfvPZGJs" width="425" height="350" wmode="transparent" /] Today's Word of the Day,


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