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Building the virtual cubicle

Tablet PC MVP James Kendrick describes how he uses mobile technology to quickly set up a functioning office wherever his business might take him. This "virtual cubicle", as James calls it is a sterling example of how the way we work is changing.

February 6, 2006 by Marc Orchant

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30Boxes takes a Web 2.0 approach to shared calendars

Sharing information with family, friends, and co-workers is a phenomenon driving more and more application development. This is especially true of online services like Flickr and del.icio.us which make sharing photos and links (respectively) point-and-click simple.

February 5, 2006 by Marc Orchant

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One teacher's vision

Rob Bushway, a Tablet PC MVP and blogger, recently offered his readers a chance to win a DocuPen scanner if they could provide the a truly compelling, innovative use for the device. Rob received more than 160 submissions - far more than the 50 he set as a minimum to validate the contest.

February 3, 2006 by Marc Orchant

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Release 1.0 on making time count

Release 1.0 has begun a new series of video shorts under their "Ideas That Matter" banner which is focused on time. In the first installment, Making Time Count, Esther Dyson presents a look at the next generation of tools for managing time.

February 2, 2006 by Marc Orchant

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Carry your PC in your pocket

Sure, you can assemble a number of individual applications and install them on a USB drive but Portable Apps Suite has done all the hard work for you. Unzip a single file and you're ready to roll.

February 2, 2006 by Marc Orchant

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Say goodbye to the office you know today

The way we work is in a constant state of flux but the changes taking place today are particularly profound. The work many of us do today is virtually science fiction compared to what our parents knew.

February 2, 2006 by Marc Orchant

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