Smart Solutions: "The makers of Groove and SharePoint designed them to address different customer needs, and their resulting architectural differences are more complementary than competitive. Groove was designed to support… Read more »
Vattekkat Satheesh Babu asks, is a blog a good tool to keep partners up to date on project status?
Joshua Allen: Leaf Nodes "Ray Ozzie reacts to Don Park’s comment that "A CEO is not likely to know about about, let alone subscribe to, a lowly QA engineer’s blog."… Read more »
Phillip C. McGraw: "When you and I engage in conversation, I can’t control how well you communicate; I can only control how well I receive what you’re telling me. I… Read more »
Rick Klau provides real-world feedback on an Intranet weblogging pilot, without the simplistic cheerleading sometimes seen on this topic.
Jon Udell: "Developers will find GWS [Groove Web Services] to be a textbook example of a style that has come to be called "RESTful SOAP." REST (Representation State Transfer) describes… Read more »
John Robb: "Billions are being poured into the FBI and other governmental organizations and they can’t even get the basics right. […] This can be corrected very easily. Give every… Read more »
Trillian is showing big players what an IM client is supposed to be, and it actually works while I – as well as others I talked to – couldn’t even… Read more »
Jim Roepcke responding to John Robb:
CNet: "Version 2.0 of the Groove software includes tools for integration with Outlook e-mail, enhanced support for Microsoft Office and new server tools for businesses using the service." 04/16/02 update:… Read more »