Does anyone know of a good collaborative online resource that I could use to coordinate my brother's bachelor party? Essentially, I need to be able to coordinate schedules and accept suggestions and thoughts on what we can do. I'd think that there's a great collab website for this, but my google-fu is failing mightily. Help Askme-wan-kenobi, you're my only hope.
I cannot quite imagine why in this day and age I am having so much trouble with finding the right fit for this. [more inside]
O hai! I'm a Google avoider. I've managed to not use Gmail, and to stop using Google as a search engine. I do have a Google account, but I use a separate browser to log into that, and log out and close the browser when I'm done. My online Google-avoiding life would be complete if only I could find a good replacement for Googledocs, preferrably free. [more inside]
Have you ever collaborated on a project with someone you met on Mefi or elsewhere online? How did that happen? Was there something about how the online environment that made it easy to reach out or be approached? I'm interested in learning what kinds of dynamics or aspects of online communities foster collaboration. [more inside]
Please recommend an on-line collaborative note-taking site to encourage a conference audience to creatively respond to presentations. [more inside]
My friend and I want to draw together. Two potential problems: First, I'm in Seattle, she's in Michigan. [more inside]
My manperson/GM wants to play Dawn of Worlds, a roleplaying game where people collaboratively make a map, online. In order to do this, we need some kind of platform that can allow people to collaboratively edit an image with state saving and rollbackable images. [more inside]
Is there a basic online DAW that my friend in another city and I can use to collaborate on music? We want to do an album in 24 hours, and we're looking for a site where we can upload parts of audio tracks we are working on and do basic editing on them. [more inside]
Where would I go to collaborate on re-architecting government? [more inside]
What kind of online platform can I use to run a PhD writing/goal setting group? [more inside]
What's the best way to find musicians to collaborate (online) for recording music? This would be rock/alt country or something along those lines. [more inside]
How can I find a dance choreographer in London? [more inside]
Can anybody recommend a good collaborative online translation tool? Not an automated translator, something to help manage and co-ordinate a translation workflow in a team of people. [more inside]
My cousin in New Hampshire wants to collaborate on music with me. I'm in Seattle. I'd like to figure out a convenient way for us to pass large .wav files to each other. I can pull his completed rock songs into a multitracking program and create vocal tracks - then I need to pass the vocal tracks back to him in the form of .wav files so he can add them to the mix on his end. I know there are web based file storage sites, and I can randomly try some out, but I thought I'd start with the hive mind: Can anyone recommend a service like this? I'm thinking free, uncomplicated and capable of handling large file sizes. The files don't need to live there for a long time - just a reasonable window of time to pass them back and forth. Have any of you done this kind of thing?
We're a group artists in a non-profit and are currently using Facebook to organise ourselves. I find it lacking - it's not a platform with collaboration in mind, so I'm researching alternatives. Hlep! [more inside]
Looking for an online video tool (or combination of tools) that ideally support capture, editing and sharing of content [more inside]
What is the easiest way to collaborate realtime on a web document online with someone who isn't technical, ideally with some sort of free web app rather than special software? Is there a way to do this without requiring both people to sign up for an account, etc?
I'd like to develop a searchable (by tags) database of leson plans for the 20 odd teachers at my school. Any ideas? [more inside]
A friend and I want to embark on a collaborative creative writing project, and we're looking for online tools to make the management of bouncing ideas and story elements etc off each other easier. [more inside]
I have been exploring web-based services allowing me to share data/information with family, friends, business associates, and clients. I have narrowed down my choices (see inside) What are your favorites? [more inside]
I am looking for a place that will act as our online "home base" so family members in four cities can privately connect/collaborate/share photos, notes, docs, chat, instant messaging, all in the same place using the same service. So far, I am looking into groupee.com, myspace.com, grouper.com, groove.net, strongspace.com. Any recommendations, other suggestions? Thanks.