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Day: August 12, 2011

Rhapsody Services launches XBRL Software and Filing Application

Rhapsody Accounting and Advisory Services launched i-file.in, the end to end XBRL software application as well as XBRL tagging services online tool. i-file.in is specially designed to take care of the XBRL filing requirements for— large enterprises; Practicing Chartered Accountant (CA) or Company Secretary (CS); or a BPO/ KPO or an outsourcing Accounting firm. The basic features of the XBRL software tool are— cloud computing technology for universal access; multiuser under single license software; Unrestricted multiple filings; User friendly interfaces; Tagging; Review reports; Audit module; Project management; and Role based logins. The output of the entire conversion to XBRL entails generation of Instance document in XML format (machine readable). The output from any Software needs to get validated by the MCA validation tool. The MCA validation tool is based on the Taxonomy specified by MCA (available on MCA website), MCA 21 Business rules (More than 700 in number including all dependencies), and technical specifications of XBRL international and MCA. http://www.rhapsody-services.com

Google Integrates eBook Sharing in Their Social Networking Site

Google announced that they made a new feature for users to share the books they are reading on the new Google+ social network. Any book on Google books, whether it is a free or paid book, can be shared with your Circles. This feature allows one to share books, passages and details, such as cover art and the description, with friends. To share a book, visit the “About the Book” page on the Google Book listing and click “Share.” While sharing books, one can also “+1” them, and the titles will appear in on the Google+ profile under the +1 tab. http://books.google.com/