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limits of web 2.0 and frustration caused

limits of web 2.0 and frustration caused.

Ever since I arrived in this corner of the world: Normandy, following a new assignment and a new position, I have been willing to acquire a home, preferably a house. Whether I will eventually have one remains to be seen, point of this post.

Depuis que je suis arrivé dans ce coin du monde, la Normandie, à la suite d’un nouveau boulot, j’ai voulu acquérir un logement, une maison de préférence. Que j’en ai finalement une reste à voir, c’est le sujet de ce billet.

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Posted by on September 4, 2011 in life, tools 2.0, tools2.0, vie, wordpress

 

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Using WordPress as a CMS | WPShout.com

Wordpress a CMS

A couple of years ago if I’d said WordPress would make a great CMS, you’d have probably thought I was totally mad! These day however, when you need a simple CMS WordPress is a brilliant option. In this post I’m going to show you how to make your wordpress CMS even better with some simple bits of code and some not so simple plugins.

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Posted by on April 10, 2010 in CMS, tools 2.0, wordpress

 

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“Les entreprises sintéressent aux mondes virtuels pour leur Intranet”

“Les entreprises s’intéressent aux mondes virtuels pour leur Intranet”Pour créer des espaces collaboratifs en interne, des compagnies mettent en place leur propre univers pervasif. Un moyen plus immersif déchanger, bien perçu par les salariés.

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Has Google Reader Gone Real Time?

If you use WordPress and want to enable PubSubHubbub on your own blog, you can do so by installing the PubSubHubbub Wodpress plugin. By default, all blogs hosted on WordPress.com already use this protocol to send out real-time updates, as do all blogs on Blogger and Posterous.

If you’re using Feedburner to manage your RSS feeds, you can also turn on Google’s PingShot service and sent out PubSubHubbub announcements in real time

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Posted by on February 19, 2010 in blog, real time

 

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Facebook becoming big friend of small businesses — latimes.com

Facebook is not just for friends anymore. The free social networking site — blocked in many workplaces as a potential time-waster — is increasingly becoming an inexpensive marketing tool for small businesses.

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Posted by on October 27, 2009 in economy, facebook, tools 2.0

 

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Facebook Poll: 94% Of Users Don’t Like Redesign

A Facebook application is polling users on the the new site layout . So far, just over 5% of the nearly 800,000 respondents give it a thumbs up. The rest go the other way. Users can also leave comments with their thoughts. Recent user comments include “Missing so many features I used to adore.

I am saddened,” “Please change it back to the way it was,” and “I hate it and if it doesn’t change I will only check it once in awhile.” Ah, the fickle user.

Until January users and advertisers could create polls directly within Facebook, and the company used them extensively at the Davos World Economic Forum. It would be great it they brought that feature back directly.

Facebook Poll: 94% Of Users Don’t Like Redesign.

 
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Posted by on March 20, 2009 in microblogging, poll, tools 2.0

 

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Information Policy: French politicians and web 2.0

The american election experience help to understand that it is impossible to have an effective Internet strategy only six months before an election

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