Collaboration and Content Management Resources – Six Tools You Need


When you are looking for collaboration tools, these are good ones


Basecamp – manage projects. They said Basecamp is the top choice for entrepreneurs, freelancers, small businesses, and groups inside big organizations.

campfire – work in real time

backpack – share internally

highrise – manage contacts


They all make make collaboration productive and enjoyable for people every day.


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Others are Tada List which helps one do the following:


You can use Ta-da List to keep track of…

Thank you notes to write

Restaurants to check out

Household chores for your spouse

Cities you want to visit

Homework assignments

Agenda for the weekly meeting

Famous quotes you don’t want to forget

Things to pack for your trip

People to invite to the party

Points to discuss on the conference call

IOUs and bets with your friends

…and a whole lot more…


Ruby on Rails is also a very good one. It is open source . This is what Tim has to say about it.


“Ruby on Rails is a breakthrough in lowering the barriers of entry to programming.
Powerful web applications that formerly might have taken weeks or months
to develop can be produced in a matter of days.” -Tim O’Reilly, Founder of O’Reilly Media


research/Tekedia Intelligence Lab

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