Better Security, Faster Browsing… The Open Source movement


If you have been following the open source movement (wikipedia page), you’re probably very excited about the products that are coming out of it. In short, open source means that the product is free, peer-edited, and often times better than its cost-based counterparts. Take Firefox for example; Firefox is a web browser that runs faster than Internet Explorer, has a far superior security system (fewer exploits and viruses) than Internet Explorer, and this was all created by a not-for-profit foundation called Mozilla with the help of thousands of volunteers. You can click here to install .
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Web 2.0 in the Workplace


It’s no secret that I’m a big supporter of bringing web 2.0 ideas into the corporate world. There is certainly something to be said about these technologies that are being born out of the second generation of successful websites. The ideas around web 2.0 are collaboration, communication, and community. If you haven’t looked into these technologies, the following links should give you a good foundation on what web 2.0 is all about:

Web 2.0 sites that you’d recognize are:

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