It's been a slow few weeks here in the office, with people being out for the Easter holiday, for a European vacation, for a trip to the National Technology Conference. We're spending today playing catch-up-on our emails, our social media accounts and on our blog reading.
Below are a few great articles and blog posts that have been published in the last week or two. Take a read, let us know what you think, leave us a comment to tell us if we've missed something.
- Techies Team Up to Make Wikipedia Smarter from The Wall Street Journal. Three high profile technologists have pledged to make Wikipedia more accurate by adding more structured and accurate data. The project aims to make Wikipedia more consistent across contries.
- Tech Tools to Reduce Your Carbon Footprint from Tech Soup. Did you know that according to the EPA, the average office worker in the US uses 10,000 sheets of paper each year? Do you know how to reduce your carbon footprint by going paperless? Do you know how to streamline your office communication or project management?
- The Power of Making Connections from The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Listen to this podcast featuring Craig Newmark, the founder of Craigslist to learn more about connecting with people and organizations.