A Rationale For Moving Meetings Online
How many meetings do you attend that could be offloaded to a wiki or some other online mechanism?
Corporate Blog Survey
Making a slow start with blogging. Enjoyed doing absolutely nothing productive for a couple of weeks and I like to hang on to that feeling for a while...
Blogger Hack Endangers Sensitive Word Docs?
Here's a potential ticking time bomb. To the Microsoft Office team, you have what could be a sizable PR problem on your hands.
Buy-In: What is it and Why is it So Important?
Until now, we've all recognized that buy-In is necessary when implementing change. And yet we seem to have difficulty achieving it: we've assumed that if we offer...
Skype 2.0 Out of Beta
Lots of interesting news about Skype and some of the things they're announcing at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week. (Heads up for visiting the CES website: loud Flash intro page.)
Filling The Market Gap For Offline Blog Editors
Some readers of this blog have left some great comments to my post last week about offline blog editors.
In that post, I talked about ecto for Windows, BlogJet and Qumana as examples of popular editors for Windows (and for the Mac, in some cases) which enable you to write your blog posts offline, on your own computer.
I'm now looking closely at Anconia RocketPost, a suggestion from Netanel Jacobsson.
On just a first quick look after install, I am impressed with this tool. It's the closest I've seen yet to a solution to what I believe is a yawning gap in the market for a robust and reliable blog editing application for Windows that's easy to use yet with powerful features. A sort of Microsoft Word for blogs. Could this be the one?
RocketPost offers a 30-day free trial which I'm on. Then it's $100 for the license for the professional version (there are three versions including a free one).
I'm writing this post with this app. Very easy and intuitive to use.More later once I've played a bit with RocketPost.
[Edit] Hmm. It didn't publish without my going into TypePad directly and publishing it. The post was in the list of posts and shown as published, but it hadn't been. I'll hold judgment on the reason as I suspect it's more to do with Typepad - the server response back to RocketPost from posting took a very long time (4+ minutes) and logging in to my account simply took ages.
Neville Hobson is the author of the popular NevOn blog which focuses on business communication and technology.
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