Listing of Recent Diigo Links (weekly)

  • Javascript Web app framework provider Sencha is today announcing the public beta launch of, its new HTML5 mobile cloud service. The service will allow Sencha app developers to build “shared experiences” in the browser, without having to write server code or manage hosting.

    tags: javascript

  • CloudU: Grow Your Cloud Knowledge

    Rackspace Cloud University, known as CloudU™, is a Cloud Computing curriculum designed with the help of industry analyst Ben Kepes. You’ll find in depth information about some of the most important topics facing business today, from mixing and matching Public, Private and Hybrid Clouds to understanding the Cloud Computing stack. Read whitepapers and view on-demand webinars about the latest advances in Cloud Computing. You can even earn a certificate from CloudU demonstrating your command of the technology revolution that is changing the way that companies of all sizes do business.

    tags: cloud

  • Twubs are Twitter groups built around content aggregated from #hashtags.
    View the full social landscape of a Twub with tools such as our Live Tweet Feed which pulls in external images, videos and links, and our Tweetups & Events Scheduler.
    Start searching for your favorite topics now and take full advantage of these and many more useful Twub features to connect and share with people of similar interests.

    tags: twitter tools

  • Educate in a new way.
    HootCourses are held online, using Twitter and Facebook as a virtual classroom space.

    Break through the ice.
    Supplement face-to-face classes with a HootCourse and get to know each other faster.

    Go where students are.
    Lose the boring forum software. HootCourse uses the networks students know and love.

    tags: twitter tools

  • Ahead is a web application that allows creative people to easily create and publish their visual work as online portfolios, web sites, galleries, and presentations – anyway they want.We are a team of architects, designers, developers, and business people with backgrounds in the creative industry. Ahead originated out of frustration with the shortcomings of current tools for online collaboration and publishing because we don’t think they support rich media and visual creative processes and communication very well.Inspired by the proven zoom and pan user interfaces.

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About Michael Rees
Academic in IT interested in Web 2.0 and social media

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