Google Apps

Google Apps

Want simple, powerful communication and collaboration tools for your organization without the usual hassle and cost?

Communicate…
Give your users Gmail, Google Calendar and Google Talk accounts that use your own custom domain, helping them to stay connected and work together more effectively.

Collaborate and publish…
Docs & Spreadsheets lets users share files and collaborate in real-time. The Start Page is the first place your users will look to preview their inboxes and calendars, access your essential content, and search the web.

…and get on with business.
It’s all hosted by Google, so there’s no hardware or software to install or download, and minimal setup and maintenance. You can get up and running quickly, even if you don’t have technical resources.??Get it now, free.

And be sure to check out these 30 additional resources.

Share

graphic.png

Dear Adrianne,

Here’s how it usually works. As we approach March 31st, when campaigns have to file their quarterly fundraising reports, the press and pundits start to obsess over the chase for money.

They value dollars more than people, and bottom lines more than ideas.

Now, don’t get me wrong. Like every campaign, this one needs the resources to compete.

But while others may set goals based on raising tens of millions of dollars, we’re going to reveal two numbers that say more about what kind of campaign we’re running:

  • the number of people donating to the cause
  • the number of donations we’ve received from them

And we’re not going to talk about the dollars raised until the reporting period is over.

It’s simple: get more people involved, more deeply than ever before. Those are our goals for the end of the quarter, and for the rest of this campaign. Whether you’ve given before or this will be your first time, you can make a statement that people count.

I’m asking you to stand up and be counted — will you make a donation now?

http://www.barackobama.com/peoplecount

So why these two figures?

The number of people giving shows the wide breadth of support for a campaign that seeks a new kind of politics.

The number of donations reveals the depth of people’s commitment, because so many people give small amounts again and again.

If we really hope to meet the challenges of our time, we have to change what our politics is about, and that means changing what campaigns are about — not just dollar amounts and million-dollar goals, but millions of people working for a cause bigger than themselves.

That’s why we’re not accepting contributions from Washington lobbyists or political action committees.

So who are our donors? See for yourself. Election law requires that we ask every donor to the campaign for their occupation and their employer. That information will be made public in the quarterly report filed on March 31st.

Just this week we’ve gotten donations from the following people:

  • a salesperson in Alabama
  • a nurse in North Carolina
  • a truck driver in Minnesota
  • a firefighter/paramedic in Texas
  • a homeless shelter director in Virginia
  • a special education teacher in Florida
  • a bartender in Colorado
  • a minister in New York

The two most common occupations of our donors this week? “Student” and “Retired” — and we’ve got thousands in between.

Will you be the next person to be counted?

http://www.barackobama.com/peoplecount

There’s serious work ahead for our next president, and the process of choosing him or her should not descend into an insider game of who can better manipulate the “conventional wisdom” in Washington.

We have an opportunity to use this fundraising deadline to turn the story of money and politics on its head.

You can show the pundits covering this presidential race that a grassroots movement for change can trump all the money and influence in Washington.

Give them something to talk about — be counted now:

http://www.barackobama.com/peoplecount

For six years we’ve had a president out of touch, on the wrong track, and increasingly unwilling to even pretend to care about the concerns of ordinary Americans.

The process of choosing our next one should focus on mobilizing and energizing the people.

As we approach this fundraising deadline on March 31st, you have an opportunity to send a message by participating in a different kind of fundraising drive:

In a democracy, it’s the people that count.

Thank you,

Barack Obama

Share

Podcasts for your blog

odeo.jpg

Hi, this is Odeo.

We have 3,074,002 mp3s from all over the web, which have been played from Odeo 13,806,745 times.? You can download or play them straight from here for free. (You can also put them on your web site.)

And like 263,686 other people, you can create an account, so you can subscribe to things and save the stuff you like.? Start now.

Share

Video CV’s: Down with paper

Are you ready to successfully take on the job market?

Stand out from the crowd! CVOne is almost?certainly the leading and most easy to use?video resume software in the world that will allow you to create a persuasive video resume application.

All you need is the software CVOne and a web-cam.

Impress companies with a striking application
Highlight your skills and talents verbally
Spark interest in and differentiate?yourself from the get-go
Major advantage:?Sprint ahead of your competition with this interview-simulating video application

There is no better and more successful method to present your application to your potential employer than through CVOne.?

?
Share

Own the Internet?

Algoco

?Dear Reader,

I recently joined AGLOCO because a friend recommended it to me. I am now promoting it to you because I like the idea and I want you to share in what I think will be an exciting new Internet concept.

AGLOCO?s story is simple:

Do you realize how valuable you are? Advertisers, search providers and online retailers are paying billions to reach you while you surf. ?How much of that money are you making? NONE!
?

AGLOCO thinks you deserve a piece of the action.

AGLOCO collects money from those companies on behalf of its members. (For example, Google currently pays AOL 10 cents for every Google search by an AOL user. And Google still has enough profit to pay $1.6 billion dollars for YouTube, an 18-month old site full of content that YouTube?s users did not get paid for!

AGLOCO will work to get its Members their share of this and more.

AGLOCO is building a new form of online community that they call an Economic Network. They are not only paying Members their fair share, but they?re building a community that will generate the kind of fortune that YouTube made. But instead of that wealth making only a few people rich, the entire community will get its share.

What’s the catch? No catch – no spyware, no pop-ups and no spam – membership and software are free and AGLOCO is 100% member owned. Privacy is a core value and AGLOCO never sells or rents member information.

So do both of us a favor: Sign up for AGLOCO right now!?

Thanks.

Share

My.BarackObama.com – Political Campaigning-Social Networking

?My.BarackObama.com – This Campaign is About You.

Powered by Obama ’08 (and supporters just like you).

Barack 1???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????


Barack 2?
?

Political campaigning:

New clips from the campaign trail????????????????????????????????????
Barack TV?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Support the Senator’s Acts????????????????????????????????????????????????
Learn the issues???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Register to vote????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????
Buy campaign gear?
Barack 3?????????

???????????????????????????????????????????????????

Barack 4


?

Social networking:

Create your own profile
Find supporters near you
Plan and attend events
Network with your friends
Become a fundraiser
Write your own blog

Note: The most brilliant use I’ve seen, to date, of Web 2.0 (You Tube, flickr, Face Book, Party Builder, blogging, etc. ), and social networking,?for political purposes.? No doubt Barack is reaching the crucial 18-40 year old demographic in his bid to become the first African American President of the United States of America.

Share

To Your Success!

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/v/IwlFyCB36O8]

This tool will help you take the first steps to becoming your own coach and achieving your life’s dreams!

1. Focus on what you want
2. Diagnose what’s getting in your way
3. Build a Dream Team for support

It’s all Free. Only Takes 5 Minutes!

To get started, scroll down and you will be on your way to fulfilling your dreams!
Click here to try Keith Ferrazzi?s LifeCoach 1.0 now!

Share

Welcome-Obama 2010

TIME Slideshow?

Politicians and political parties have leveraged the Internet to the nth degree in order to reach the masses and sway voters.? Here’s a look at United States Senator and Presidential hopeful Barak Obama’s website for his 2010 Senatorial bid.?? His audio/video section offers visitors the chance the experience his charisma in the privacy of their own homes.

Share

When blogging goes terribly wrong

http://www.bendomenech.com/blog/archives/week_2004_05_23.html

Jessica Cutler found fame from blogging.? Well at least she got a book deal and an offer to pose in Playboy.? All this came when her blog detailing juggling sexual relations with six men while working on Capital Hill was discovered by Wonkette.? Now she’s being sued.

Share