Cross-platform Apps for Collaboration and Productivity: Wunderlist

In this day of apps and digital collaboration, almost everyone has their favorite app for the job. But people also have their favorite devices and operating systems, which means we aren’t always using the same apps.

We’re going to be sharing a collection of solid apps that can be used for collaboration, communication, and productivity with an emphasis on cross-platform compatibility. This is our second in the series, Telegram Messenger was the first. We hope you enjoy and find at least one app that fills a gap for you and your team (whether personally, professionally or educationally). Continue reading “Cross-platform Apps for Collaboration and Productivity: Wunderlist”

Cross-platform Apps for Collaboration and Productivity: Telegram Messenger

In this day of apps and digital collaboration, almost everyone has their favorite app for the job. But people also have their favorite devices and operating systems, which means we aren’t always using the same apps.

We’re going to be sharing a collection of solid apps that can be used for collaboration, communication, and productivity with an emphasis on cross-platform compatibility. This is our first in the series. We hope you enjoy and find at least one app that fills a gap for you and your team (whether personally, professionally or educationally). Continue reading “Cross-platform Apps for Collaboration and Productivity: Telegram Messenger”

Office Bullying: A True Story we wish wasn’t True

Originally shared on Medium, here, and Facebook, here.

Bullying. Yes, office bullying. You’ve probably heard of bullying, unless you’ve been living under a rock in the ocean with Aquaman. But, before we get too far, I would like to start by talking about the often horrible, terrible consequences of office bullying. Because, no matter how we feel about this subject, I want us to consider the hurt it causes first. Because people are at the forefront of this. People.

People.

Remember that.

This isn’t about bullying. It’s about people. Continue reading “Office Bullying: A True Story we wish wasn’t True”

Free Basics from Facebook is shutdown in India

Facebook started this thing called Internet.org (once upon a time), later renaming it to Free Basics. Here’s a little promo video on the service: Later on, they found themselves in hot water, Facebook that is, because the way in which they were providing the service. They were working with internet services and telecoms to provide only the services that made it into the program to those Free Basics’ users. Example: If Google was the only search engine that made it in, then Google was the only search engine you had as part of the program. Meaning, people in the Free … Continue reading Free Basics from Facebook is shutdown in India

We’re on Tumblr now, a little about our motto

https://stlonyx.tumblr.com/post/138880292892/firstpost True story. We’re on Tumblr. Nothing too exciting yet, as we’ve just joined. But I was thinking about the potential in media sharing and media inspiration, and well, I created a Tumblr. One might say, I tumbled into it. On the positive side, it gave me a reason to finally explain the “walk to the beat of your own drum” motto I throw around regularly in social media and websites for Onyx Dragon. I’ve sort of made it our motto for what we do. And for the first time I thought to explain where it came from in a … Continue reading We’re on Tumblr now, a little about our motto

Toshiba, Vaio and Fujitsu might be merging PC divisions

Word on the street is that there is a merger in the air among Toshiba, Vaio and Fujitsu and their PC divisions. If the merger took place, it would allow them to control over 30% of the Japanese market. Lenovo currently holds 26.3% of that market. Continue reading “Toshiba, Vaio and Fujitsu might be merging PC divisions”