Experdocs – Better Document Management







At the beginning of the year I started working with Archevos Corporation, maker of Experdocs document management software.  Experdocs is both PC and cloud based, so documents can be accessed whether or not connected to the internet. Features include the capacity to organize, share, add intelligence, collaborate, store/protect, and present electronic files (documents, photos, images, and audio/video) with anyone, at any time, and from any location.  Experdocs grew out of the legal and litigation fields but is also used in engineering, business, construction and other areas.

Presentation on WordPress

Blogging and More: The Ins and Outs of WordPress.

Last Friday I gave an online presentation titled “Blogging and More: The Ins and Outs of WordPress” on WizIQ.com as part of a seminar on “Web 2.0 for Blended Learning and Instruction”. The presentation gave an overview of how to customize WordPress using themes, plugins, widgets and custom coding.

View the entire 2+ hour seminar here

You can get the PowerPoint for my presentation here.

Ready to BOINC?


The SETI project from Berkeley has been around for years. With unused PC cycles, the SETI software performed the math necessary to determine if telescope reading at Berkeley might contain data from extra terrestial signals. While that software (with the familiar black screen saver with the 3D bar chart) is no more, about a year the SETI project became part of an even bigger project. The BOINC project uses the same PC cycles from volunteers on a number of other projects, such as identifying new prime numbers, a genome project, etc. Read more about the whole phenomenom in this article.

Free Blogging Course – any good ?


I’m evaluating a multi-media course on blogging from the folks at Simpleology. For a while, they’re letting you snag it for free if you post about it on your blog.

It covers:

  • The best blogging techniques.
  • How to get traffic to your blog.
  • How to turn your blog into money.

I’ll let you know what I think once I’ve had a chance to check it out. Meanwhile, go grab yours while it’s still free.

The only software I think I’ve used for more than 15 years…


Well, I guess maybe I used an old version of Word (2.0 anyone ?)

Version 15.5 of LISTSERV has arrived. (I think they already were on version 14 back about in the early 90’s when I first started using LISTSERV on a mainframe for the ULTRA list.) Though it’s been updated for the times (web-based archive, RSS feeds, etc.) the software is still used to power a LOT of online discussion groups.