60 Sites in 60 Minutes: Click on the Links

It's turned into an annual event, and once again it's a standing-room-only one. This year, the speakers are John DiGilio and Gayle Lynn-Nelson. Among the most interesting sites I heard about were drop.io (share files in real time privately), gethuman (talk to a real person at the company you've been trying to reach for days), and Tripit (get your itinerary organized just by emailing your confirmation to the site). The complete list (with clickable links!) is available at drop.io/60Sites.

I've been attending similar sessions at SLA's annual conference since 2005, but this is the first time I've been able to check out each site as the speaker comments on it… thanks to the excellent conference wifi, which has also allowed me to blog about sessions even before they end. And so, it didn't matter that I was sitting at the back of the room =)
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