In this issue:
Harvard Business Publishing • September 4, 2008
Google's open-source Chrome browser is changing the face of competition. "The point of Chrome is to utterly explode the boundaries of yesterday's market—and let everyone compete to serve richer and more relevant ads across an open market for lightweight, remixable, low-cost apps distributed nearly frictionlessly."
University Business • September 2008
Lessons on branding from the ivy tower. When was the last time you thought about how to market your organization? By controlling your communications and your relationships, you can reinforce that brand and leverage your patrons' networking skills.
ReadWriteWeb • September 6, 2008
From Web 2.0 to Office 2.0 to Enterprise 2.0. Check out this comprehensive listing of 2.0 tools and technologies that can help boost productivity and keep you connected to your various online communities. There's something here for everyone.
Chronicle of Higher Education • September 5, 2008
Meeting Gen Yers half-way. Even if their brains have been rewired by constant exposure to digital media, there are ways to reach out to "digital natives" and help them negotiate this latest cultural paradigm shift.
New York Times • September 8, 2008
Rethinking the newspaper rack. Check out the Plastic Logic e-reader, geared toward the specific needs of e-newspapers. It's more than twice as big as a Kindle and one-third as thick.