Posts Tagged ‘piattaforma web’

Drop.oi Simple private sharing

domenica, novembre 23rd, 2008

Drop.io is the simplest way to share files online.Simply set up a private space to drop any files by phone, email, web, widget or fax and then share them with whoever you want via a variety of outputs.

A drop is a chunk of space you can use to store and share anything privately (pictures, videos, audio, documents, etc.), without accounts, registration, or an email address. Drops are not “searchable” and not “networked;” they just exist online as private points for exchange between individuals or groups.  Create as many drops as you want in as little as two clicks and set things like a password, whether others can add to the drop, and how long you want it to exist (you can renew later).

Drops can be flexibly used in a range of ways from sharing family photos and videos to collaborating on group projects. Each drop has five primary input methods – the web, email, voice, fax and a FireFox 3 add on – in addition to a few secondary ones like “widgets.” Anything you input into a drop can then be retrieved on the web at that drop location.

Also, you can do cool things like: A. Create new drops quickly/ via phone: (Email/MMS new@drop.io to create drops on the fly) B. Download as zip file: click download as zip and download the whole drop at once C. Drop.io on your phone: type in your drop’s name in your phone’s browser. For example, www.drop.io/dropname/m will format the drop for your phone.

Now you can use drop.io from anywhere. And that is just the tip of the iceberg Drop.io is rooted in a model which highlights trust and transparency with the intent of minimizing the amount of information needed to share privately. It does not require embedded accounts, identity, search, or any other social elements. Its core philosophy is to create a simple, private system based on inputs and outputs. Users send “in” files (documents, images, videos, audio files, archives, and more) via various methods (web, mms, email, phone and fax) into their “Drops.” Once in the drops, users can view their content and move it “out” via the web, email, mms, fax, custom twitter messaging, and dropcasting (podcasting).

http://drop.io/

co-op

domenica, novembre 23rd, 2008

 

CO-OP is a free web app that allows co-workers to stay connected. Stay in tune with your co-workers. Ask questions, share knowledge, track time, and update agendas all in one place: Co-op.  It shows what you are working on, what is our daily agenda, and what we worked on yesterday. In addition to the status updates, and daily agendas, Co-op also offers time tracking.

What are we working on?

Co-op makes it easy to stay connected with your co-workers without disrupting them. Your team can use it to post updates, ask questions, share links, and track time.

What is our agenda today?

Quickly share your daily agenda with your co-workers. Quickly scan your co-workers’ agendas. Then cancel your daily status meetings!

What did we work on yesterday?

As each team member updates status and tracks time, Co-op automatically records the transcript. You can go back in time to see what your team has accomplished each day.

Co-op is a great idea for the workplace so that anyone can view everyone’s status without disrupting anyone or having to leave your desk. 


Ravi needs a designer for an hour to complete a small task, but he checks the resourcing spreadsheet and everyone looks booked. Instead of running over to the creative suite and asking around to see who’s currently working on what, Ravi could login to Co-op and glance at the designer’s status messages. In Co-op he can see that Kat is already focused on a project with an end-of-day delivery, while Casey is working on an internal project and appears to have more availability.

Follow Ravi and join in the co-op!

http://coopapp.com/