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KS Life Hacks: SmartSheet Gets People On The Same Page (Or Spreadsheet)
May13

KS Life Hacks: SmartSheet Gets People On The Same Page (Or Spreadsheet)

Getting people on the same page, whether in the literal or figurative sense, is HARD. So is choosing a project management tool. Some of the project management products on the market are fantastic, but expensive, and might have more bells and whistles than your team actually needs. Others are so stripped down…

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Export.ly – Export Your Twitter Contacts

A traditional point of contention when it comes to the Social Web is the limited control or ownership that people have over the data that they upload. If you think about neither Twitter nor Facebook come with a button that automatically lets you have all your data exported from the service and stored in your HD. That is slowly changing, though. Services like the one under review right now prove it, as Export.ly lets anybody have an...

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Kanakku.com – An Online Calculator You Can Use For Free

Kanakku.com is an interesting web 2. 0 application you can use without having to pay anything and that can be defined as an interesting combination of a spreadsheet and a calculator. If you have Internet Explored installed in you computer, of if you use Firefox this is a service you can use right away. What is this application all about? Well, in essence this site gives you the chance to learn how to use this application in a very...

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Aflava.com – Solve Your Problems Elegantly

This site belongs to a company that is specialized in developing software for many purposes. This company is called Aflava and aims to create software that is able to solve a wide variety of problems in a very elegant way. This company has developed a top product called Tree Cells that can be accurately defined as a general purpose hierarchical spreadsheet. This solution is very useful form small and medium size companies in order to...

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GenealogySearch.org – The Easy Way To Ancestors

There’s really nothing else in this site, other than basically all the resources you might need to research your genealogy online sorted out by country (it lists only some English-speaking countries, though). A list of recommended sites is presented, briefly noting what you can expect to find in each of them, like whether the sites present maps, surname databases, or maybe record transcriptions. I’m all in favor of directories, and...

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