Reviews of top email providers

Apr 21, 2008

PC World India

Best Mail Artist

http://www.pcworld.in/india/
features/Internet/Best_Mail_Artist/4259914/12

By Aditya Nag & John Maringmei (Wednesday, February 27, 2008)

What’s in an e-mail? A service by any name should ideally be no different from another. But as our detailed tests discovered, this was not entirely true. On the testing block were eight of the most popular e-mail providers on the Internet. They were tested on various criteria like storage capacity, interface, upload and download time and the various extras they offered. And this is what we found out to help you decide whether you should stick to your current e-mail address or move to one that is better suited to your needs.

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Top 100 Tools for Learning (Updated: 07/09/2008)

Apr 12, 2008

Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies

http://www.c4lpt.co.uk/index.html

The Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies provides a number of resources, consultancy services and workshops to help you understand more about how Web 2.0 technologies and tools are creating a new approach to learning (in both in education and the workplace learning) known as Learning 2.0 or Social Learning.
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Digg API goes beyond social bookmarking

Apr 5, 2008

For known or unknown reasons, anything and everything faces consolidation pressure. Website traffic is no different. What this means is that 20% of the websites attract 80% of the traffic.

When this happens, website operators start facing a problem – how to cater to all those different types of visitors within the confines of a single format. One solution to this problem is to make their website programmatically available. This availability is implemented using an API (Application Programming Interface). In the future, we can expect more of the high traffic sites to provide such interfaces.
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