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Jane Hart +Social Networking For Managing Productivity

Jane Hart, who is a Social Media, Social Networking and Learning advisor and she offers a page that contains over 2,400 tools for learning in two main sections:

1. for creating, delivering and managing learning and performance support solutions
2. for managing your own learning and productivity, for sharing resources, as well as group collaboration (also includes some enterprise tools)

The tools in this Directory are both freeware/open source and commercial.

Some examples of some of the great tools:

ActiveCollab “a project management and collaboration tool that you can set up on your own website. Have an area where you can collaborate with your team, clients and contractors and keep projects on track while retaining full control over access permissions and your data.”

BrainReactionsOnline brainstorming rooms: A place to brainstorm  and manage ideas

Stixy-Think of Stixy as your online bulletin board. Create as many Stixyboards as you like, one for each project. Use Stixy to easily organize and share:

* Your family’s schedule
* Projects at work
* An upcoming holiday with your friends
* Your photos from your last bike trip
* Or share a file or two with a friend

Only you set the limitations for how you want to use Stixy.

I would also, recommend to visit Socialmedia.biz that is run by  JD Lasica,

Humbly presented for your Learning,

Devin Willis


Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies-Knowledge,  Skills and Tools for the Learning 2.0 Age- offers  Jane’s E-Learning Pick of the Day. You can also pick up updates via Twitter: See also Jane’s additional items and resources,

Building networks for learning- A guide to on-line resources on strengthening social networking.

25+ Tools For Accounting and Budgeting from Mashable! August 15, 2008 by prosperstudentcare |

Top 55 Reference Websites-August 12, 2008 by prosperstudentcare

Socialmedia.biz was named the #1 site covering the social Web. They track news about  social networks and Web 2.0 sites.



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25+ Tools For Accounting and Budgeting from Mashable!

one of our Prosper financial students , James B sent the below resources to me . I wanted to share it with you!

There are a growing number of online services dedicated to helping users manage their finances. There are many benefits to using these accounting applications, they can simplify the process as well as help you find ways to save money.  Here are 25+ tools for accounting and budgeting both personal and business finances.

Mvelopes.com Helps you see exactly where your money is going and tries to find money you are losing in “hidden” fees and expenditures.

Billhighway.com – A shared accounting system designed with non-profit groups and Greek organizations in mind.

Billshare.org – Allows you to easily share expenses with others by creating receipts for one another and having them delivered via RSS.

Expensure.com – A unique accounting system that helps roommates pool their expenses and then divide them while keeping track of who owes money to bill collectors or other roommates.

Money.Tra.in – An accounting system specifically for people living together that need to split bills.  Has an old school ASCII feel to its graphics.

Spendji.com System for keeping track of projects and plans for friends, groups and organizations For more click here

Also, see  the Top 100 Blogs to watch in 2007


25+ Tools For Accounting and Budgeting— by Sean P. AuneMashable!

Mashable!: 25+ Tools For Accounting and Budgeting-Best of the Best: Tech Blog Roundup-NewsFactor Network.

The Best of Web 2.0 FINANCE-The Top Finance-related Web 2.0- “All Things Web 2.0″

PFBlogs.Org – If you are looking for personal finance blogs, start with PFBlogs.Org. They are tracking and aggregating over 1100 blogs on the subject of personal finance

The Finwikian -it’s a great resource for finding out more about your favorite personal finance blogger.  Registered users can edit entries.

Blogging Away Debt: Tricia and my husband  share in  detail and chronicle the transformation of the  personal,  financial life, including the repayment of tons of credit card debt, …We can learn so much from them….


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Fast, Comfortable Flights Vs. Feeling Ripped-Off

InsideTrip is an airline ticket search engine with a focus on identifying flights with the highest level of quality, as opposed to the approach most search engines take (finding the lowest price). I know for those who travel alot this has been sent from heaven;0)

Quality is measured by factors spanning 3 categories (speed, comfort, and ease) and addressing 12 so-called “pain points” (such as number of stops, security wait time, legroom, aircraft type, connection time, and gate location). As a user of InsideTrip, you can indicate which of these pain points are most important to you and the service’s algorithms will generate a unique TripQuality score for each ticket result. These can be used in conjunction with the ticket price to find just the right itinerary.

InsideTrip has collected information about the quality of trips from a variety of sources, including the Transportation Security Administration, airlines, and airline websites.


InsideTrip Thinks There’s More to Shopping for Airline Tickets Than Just Prices -Mark Hendrickson-March 2, 2008-TechCrunch

From leg room to lost bags, InsideTrip rates airline flights Travel search site launches this week By JOHN COOK

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