If you're anything like me, you've got a ton of documents that have piled up over the years. People my age (recent college grads) are some of the worst, with nearly a decade of research papers, projects, and various snippets saved along the way--many of which took hours of hard work and are now relegated to a hard archive somewhere in your documents folder or on burnt optical media. Luckily for your files, there are a few places to share them with others who might be interested in reading.
Zoho, who was at Under the Radar last week, upgraded their spreadsheet application, called Sheet, on Friday. The team added Zoho Chat integration and the ability for multiple users to work on a spreadsheet at the same time. Users of Google Spreadsheets will be accustomed to this functionality, and with the update, Zoho joins the fray of online collaborative tools (see our Under the Radar roundup of this category.)
Zoho Sheet still doesn't have the option to … Read more
What's the best way to use the Web to organize your business? Approver and Big Contact, both here at Under the Radar, had some ideas for small- and medium-size businesses.
Approver wants to help businesses disentangle themselves from e-mail as a method of sharing documents. Approver.com lets users share, review and publish documents through a single interface, eliminating the (dreaded) "reply all" phenomenon--where everybody who sees one document sends their own responses, resulting in a deluge of "me too" e-mails. With Approver, documents can be edited directly in a browser, or uploaded from the … Read more
Before I start talking about Footnote, a new service that lets users annotate and enrich digital public-domain documents with notes, links, and discussions, I should emphasize that the phrase "history geeks" in the title of this post is not intended to be derogatory in any way. I was a history major in college (history of science, to be more exact) and I'm really excited to explore Footnote, which I read about in a Smart Mobs post by Howard Rheingold. The site has inked a deal with the National Archives to make all 4.5 million of its … Read more