Clay Shirky: “As the BMG deal reverberates through the industry, though, it will become apparent that those Napster users were really just agitating for better prices. In unleashing these economic… Read more »
I don’t know what to quote, the whole article is a must-read. As often, I’ll take the conclusion: “The end-goal is both the usability and immediacy of applications like Groove,… Read more »
Ray Ozzie’s interview by Jon Udell: “Jon: How can Groove best co-exist with the current e-mail habit, while at the same time reforming that habit? Ray: As you are subtly… Read more »
PC Magazine: Java for 1998 (04/9/98) – 2 1/2 years later, look at that graveyard. Activerse Ding!, Lotus eSuite, Netmosphere ActionPlan, Divya infoBook, all these collaborative productivity webified you-name-it apps were terminated…. Read more »
Where’s the database that let me search for “all BusinessWeek covers with Bill Gates looking friendly”?
I can’t access Groove’s web site, I guess they’re swamped. Anyway, now that I know what it’s about, I can wait another day to try it. Looks promising. How is… Read more »
openCOLA: "No software system—no matter how sophisticated—can hope to reliably find all documents that a given person would find meaningful without some human intervention. Rather than envision a future in… Read more »