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12 years ago @ http://www.codusoperan... - Codus Operandi · 0 replies · +1 points
In terms of the form building capabilities of an app, look at JotForm.com for a really usable interface.
Here's some I have encountered. Can't remember them all. Happy to help with your beta.
Dabble DB - but can't remember what was good and what was bad...
AppGini - BigProf
12 years ago @ http://www.codusoperan... - Codus Operandi · 2 replies · +4 points
I am VERY interested in AppIgnite. Just submitted my email address for testing. I've tried every variation on this theme that's ever been produced and so always hopeful to find one that will let me get my ideas out. I am a marketing/tech guy without the development skills and would love to finally see something that worked.
12 years ago @ Buddhist Geeks : Disco... - BG 175: The Buddhist A... · 0 replies · 0 points
14 years ago @ Feld Thoughts - Gist – My Cerebrum C... · 0 replies · +1 points
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14 years ago @ Feld Thoughts - Have You Ever Failed? · 0 replies · +1 points
Ultimately though, how do you define the instant of failure? When was the exact moment that you failed? Was it layoff number 1, number 20, number 800? Was it when the stock price hit 20 cents or was it when it dropped to $30?
In what moment were you a success? Where does success end and failure begin? When you created a brilliant piece of earth changing software were you a success? Did you become a failure after 6 months of miserable sales or were you a failure when you hired the wrong marketing guy?
Ultimately you have decide whether it is you or your ego and perceptions that are in control of how you feel. I realize this sounds overly simplified, but if you really look at yourself and the chatter in your brain, it's the simplest truth you will ever know.
You can never fail at this moment and it is the only moment you have.
14 years ago @ Feld Thoughts - Enterprise RSS at News... · 0 replies · +1 points
Switching our use of technology to being ME centric and corporations allowing it are difficult as well, but the ability for a corporation to shut down the channels I discuss above, means it becomes far easier to allow me to centralize my computing environment to my needs personal and corporate and create my own views to data. A smart channels based system then would let companies present data to users how they want it and pull it back when the employee leaves.
The recession may very well push the computing environment further along as more people are laid off, become freelancers, and corporations use more outsourcing, etc. We'll see.
14 years ago @ Feld Thoughts - Can You Patent The Ide... · 0 replies · +2 points