By Zoli Erdos on August 4, 2010
Goodbye Google Wave – Though I never knew you at all … Ok, I admit, it was probably my fault, never having figured it out… The smarter ones around here think otherwise.. perhaps they’ll chime in. ( update: I’ve told you .) Until then… Au Revoir.
By Chris Selland on February 14, 2010
Is Google Buzz just a Twitter wanna-be, or is it a key component of a much larger strategy to take on Facebook and own the infrastructure of the social web?
By Michael Coté on February 11, 2010
Google Buzz looks cool for sure, but it’s not going to crush anything just yet.
By Dion Hinchcliffe on February 4, 2010
I spent some time this morning working with SAP’s new 12Sprints collaboration service, which was announced earlier this week. Available free in open beta immediately, it’s a cloud-based service that’s a cross between Basecamp and Google Wave and is ostensibly designed for team collaboration. Not incidentally, 12Sprints is also clearly a social application and it includes viral invitation, extensive commenting and discussion capabilities, and interesting new twists on measuring community opinion such as real time consensus tracking. Here’s my analysis and breakdown.
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By Phil Wainewright on January 13, 2010
Driven by the spread of the Web and advances in Web capabilities over the past ten years, a new way of working in distributed teams has become commonplace for a broad range of project-based activities. In media and advertising, software development, construction, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing product design and financial services, it’s now routine to bring together […]
By Jevon MacDonald on December 21, 2009
This is worth taking note of in the enterprisey world: Etherpad has gone open source and it immediately becomes one of the best Enterprise 2.0 tools available. It is built on a Java/Scala/Mysql stack.
Etherpad is a real-time collaborative editing tool. In short: you can work directly on editing text with other people and be […]