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Here are three useful "Top 100 lists" that are sure to give you several resources to use and check out:

  1. Top 100 Tools for Learning from the Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies.  They interviewed 155 learning prrofessionals to compile the list.
  2. Top 100 Web Apps for 2008 from the annual Webware survey.  1.9 million votes resulted in the list.  Various Amazon and Google products appear often.
  3. Top 100 Lamest Excuses for Not Innovating from Mitch Ditkoff’s "The Heart of Innovation" blog .  Some of these are faecetious, but others could stimulate some excellent staff discussions about why you should innovate.  (via Stephen’s Lighthouse)

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