Creative Community Bulletin On 28 April 2009 (09:42 to 14:14)
These are the articles, blogs, and resources I found interesting and worthy of sharing for 28 April 2009 from 09:42 to 14:14:
- 10 Amazing Examples of Vector Speed Drawing - In case you were wondering what “Vector Speed Drawing” is, it is normal Vector drawing at ten times the speed, it is very impressive and very good viewing with nice background music. As well as inspirational. So take a short timeout and enjoy these movies…
You will marvel at these 10 movies.
- 10 Places to Find Hilarious T Shirts - If you are looking for hilarious t shirts, look no further! We have put together a list of the best places to find funny tees online. College humor shirts, sarcastic political t shirts, funny retro t shirts, and offensive t shirts are just a few of the kinds of shirts you will find in the online clothing stores below.
- Sumo Paint 1.1 - Online Vector and Raster Editing App -
- Twitteronia - In the land of Twitteronia, anyone can be king of his own microblogging service. We offer Network Creators the ability to instantly set up public or private Twitter-style sharing sites, which can do Twitter-like things such as drop into a blog sidebar or update from a cell phone.
- Anyone For Pong? HypeForType™ Online Digital Type Foundry -
- Is The Future of Email at Yahoo!? - Yahoo today launched its “Smarter Inbox” which integrates the “connections” capability of social networks into email. For example, email from your connections (perhaps your most frequent contacts) are clustered and grouped on the top of your messages. So all mail from your spouse or your boss can be right on top.
- andreas.wpv: Does Facebook privacy and copyright disaster call for Microsoft counterstrike? - Need for a communication platform
Users want, perhaps need, to be everywhere: Twitter, Linkedin, facebook, live, Digg, reddit, plaxo, high5, stumble upon, you name it. People want to find and meet friends, colleagues, potential future employers, buddies and want to communicate easily. Contacts, calendar, mail, video, pictures and publishing are the main elements of a tool of choice.
All online platforms offer some of this ‘cross connecting’ already or are heading in that direction. GREAT, this really helps. They login to my email accounts and pull the data. Still ok. There are tools to publish across several platforms. Great. Calendar integration is on the way. So everything is fine, or not?
- Five Questions to Ask Before You Hit Send : MarketingProfs Articles - OK, so, “digital or print” is the new “paper or plastic.” Are there still times, however, when it’s more appropriate to stick a stamp on it rather than hit the Send button?
- Lifehacker - What Does Google Apps for Your Domain Actually Do? - Gmail - Google Apps for Your Domain is pretty cool for folks with their own domain names who want to manage a bunch of email/calendar/homepage users for it. To answer your question, GAppsFYD does not become your domain host, but it does provide a bunch of services, like Gmail, Google Calendar, a Start Page (à la iGoogle), Google Docs, Google Talk, etc. The difference between GAppsFYD services and free vanilla Google services is what you’d expect: your domain.
For instance, if your domain is thesmithfamily.org, using GAppsFYD, you could set up a bunch of users who get Gmail, GCal, a personalized start page, and chat all with usernames like firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com. Your users would log in to a Google hosted control panel (which you can customize with a thesmithfamily.org logo), and all their email would get sent with their custom domain email as the From: address.
Here’s a grab of what the domain control panel looks like to administrators:
- Clipmark: 10 Creative Minds of the Design Industry -
- 10 Creative Minds of the Design Industry -
- How To Turn Twitter Followers Into Friends - How To Turn Twitter Followers Into Friends
- The Power of the Pre-Write: 5 Things to Do Before You Create Your Freelance Business Website - FreelanceSwitch - The Freelance Blog - Like all the hats you’ll have to wear as a solo agent—accountant, manager, business developer—you’ll need to add writer to the list. While freelance copywriters may have it easier than other self-employed professionals when it comes to writing, anyone can learn how to create content for their business website with a few helpful tips. But before you start typing, here are some things you’ll need to do.