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#30716

Bill Gates' Last Day At Microsoft

Bill Gates gave his last keynote at the 2008 CES show in Las Vegas and he started it out with a spoof of what his last day might be like and includes cameos from a number of Microsoft executives and some Hollywood stars, celebrities and politicians. This video is just an excerpt of the longer keynote.

Catalyze (2007). Careers>Workplace>Multimedia

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Catalyze

Catalyze is a member-driven community for all professionals involved in defining business systems, designing software applications and creating websites. If you are a business analyst, usability professional, UI designer, information architect, interaction designer, product manager, project manager or anyone else involved in the definition process of software applications, this community is for you and will be worth your time.

Catalyze. Resources>Business Communication>Usability>Wikis

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Charlie Kreitzberg on Web 2.0 and You

This is the recording of the presentation from the Catalyze Community monthly webcast featuring Charlie Kreitzberg on December 13, 2007. Charlie spoke on "Web 2 and You - How Web 2.0 Will Catapult Business Analysts and Usability Professionals into Center Stage" which examined his models for understanding Web 2.0 and explored the vast opportunities for professionals who define and design new software and websites.

Catalyze (2007). Design>Collaboration>User Experience>Web Design

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dConstruct 2007 Podcasts

dConstruct is an affordable, one-day conference aimed at those building the latest generation of web-based applications. The theme for this year's conference is Designing the User Experience. The 2007 conference was held in September. This page aggregates recordings of all of the speakers or you can visit the link to download the podcasts.

Catalyze (2007). Design>Usability>Web Design

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#30627

Web 2.0 and You   (members only)

Examines Charlie Kreitzberg's models for understanding Web 2.0, and explores the vast opportunities for professionals who define and design new software and websites. The slides from the presentation are also available.

Kreitzberg, Charles B. Catalyze (2007). Resources>Web Design>Design>Community

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