Still More Ways of Dodging the Tyrannical Grip of Desktoppery

Posted: August 10th, 2007 | Author: | Filed under: Teaching, web 2.0 | No Comments »

On the heels of my recent post pointing to the web services mother lode comes this less extensive, but better organized and more readable article from David Weiss over at Tzunami: “No more Hard Drive! 100 Free Software Apps to Go Online-Only.” IMHO, info like this is quite the boon not only for the individual computer user, but especially for those faced with the challenge of scale, such as bootstrapping directors of new media labs in lowly English Departments, for instance.




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