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links for 2009-05-04

  • This is a small & simple, but very powerful USB charger for your iPod, mp3 player, camera, cell phone, and just about any other gadget you can plug into a USB p…
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  • Many organizations are looking beyond social networks to create their own private communities of supporters, advocates, or collaborators. Online community software is easy and plentiful, the process for cultivating real online community remains difficult. What are the characteristics of successful online communities? How do you plan them, market them, and staff them? And once they are set up, what sort of management and communication techniques keep people engaged? In this session, successful, veteran online community managers will report on what it takes to make an online community flourish.
  • CDC.gov provides content in several useful ways, via our e-mail updates, podcasts and RSS feeds. Our newest features are the Flu Updates, Emergency Text Messages and the CDC Data and Statistics Widget. Widgets are online applications built by one Web site that can be displayed onto another Web site.

    A widget is a CDC.gov application that displays the featured content directly on your web page. You can embed content in personalized home pages, blogs, and other sites. Once you've added the widget, there's no technical maintenance. CDC.gov will update the content automatically.

  • Thomas Friedman’s book “Hot, Flat, and Crowded” has seventeen chapters. What's Chapter 18? Chapter 18 will be a completely new chapter that he’ll add to the next edition of the book: Version 2.0. In it he hopes to include the best ideas and proposals sent in from readers: ideas about clean energy, energy efficiency, and conservation; about petropolitics and nation-building in America; about how we can help take the lead in the renewal of our country and the Earth alike by going Code Green.

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