Online Collaboration - Articles Archive
from January 4, 2008 to November 3, 2007

Last night I tried to catch some of the action going on at Seesmic, one of the most innovative and promising new web services out there. Labelled as a "Twitter with video", Seesmic hasn't yet defined a strong application personality for itself yet, but, and that ... read more

Robin Good - January 4, 2008

As 2008 will bring greater focus on professional online publishing for Master New Media, here is the second part of my anticipations and predictions for this new year that has just started. In this second part: Online Collaboration Tools Mobile Mobile Live Video Online Marketing P2P Conversational Tools - Microblogging Widgets OpenID Off-line Web-based Applications X-Events ... read more

Robin Good - January 1, 2008

Online professional independent publishers rejoyce! 2008 promises to be a year of great innovation for everyone publishing online as opportunities to expand or start your own micro publishing company will only increase. New powerful publishing and content distribution tools will make their debut in 2008 while ... read more

Robin Good - December 31, 2007

If you are on the lookout for some new useful tools that can help you better manage your distributed virtual room or your vacationing class of students, here is Master New Media new weekly set of cool online collaboration tools that you may have recently missed ... read more

Nicolo' Canali De Rossi - December 30, 2007

Social software development now depends on effective online marketing and promotion more than any other components in its business development strategy. But what are the critical issues and problems a social media applications builder needs to face and how can they be avoided? Here are some good questions ... read more

Joshua Porter - Bokardo - December 26, 2007

Online collaboration tools are sprouting like mushrooms and it has become difficult for even the most tech savvy bloggers to keep up with all the new tools and new releases. If you don't already know it, one site where I and my team keep you posted ... read more

Robin Good - December 24, 2007

Facebook and the use of social media in the enterprise, user-generated content, newly reported UGC production trends, mobile learning platforms and the evolution of personal publishing are among some of the insightful selections that George Siemens has picked for you this week. In this weekly digest, George ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 23, 2007

Google Knol, Wikipedia, Third Places, Yale Online, Google, Rogers Wireless and the relevance of online information presentation design are all under the "making sense" radar of George Siemens weekly digest. If you need not to miss media and technology announcements that may have a direct impact on ... read more

Goerge Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 16, 2007

How often do you find yourself annoyed by the fact someone is suddenly ringing you on Skype as if it was the equivalent of a normal phone? Do you hesitate on whether to hang-up or erupt verbally as you answer the unknown calling party? Well, if this ... read more

Ken Thompson - Bioteams - December 14, 2007

Do you like GoToMeeting impressive screen-sharing capabilities but not its $49/month price tag? Are you on Windows? ConferencingNow offers right now what appears to be a full 100% GoToMeeting clone allowing you to have free online screen-sharing meeting with up to ten attendees at absolutely zero ... read more

Robin Good - December 11, 2007

Just out of Adobe Labs is a new free collaboration tool: Brio. Adobe Brio is a new free screen-sharing solution for up to three people which integrates text chat, whiteboarding, annotation, video, VoIP / teleconferencing, file-sharing and note-taking. Brio is fully based on the well-established and ... read more

Robin Good - December 10, 2007

Breaking technology news, the latest app, scores of startups launching in beta every day. The incoming wave of technology and media related news keeps increasing by the day with no signs of pause or slowdown. And while many blogs and news sites give plenty of coverage ... read more

George Siemens - eLearnSpace - December 9, 2007

If you want to aggregate and author all of your social media content from a single service, may very well interest you. offers you a single solution for gathering all of your various online identities and publishing destinations into a single social media space. Given ... read more

Michael Pick - December 3, 2007

Do you need to send huge, impossibly large files to your colleagues via the Internet? Eatlime, a new free, web-based (and desktop) service allows you to send huge files to anyone while making the process as simple as it can get. Still in Beta, the new ... read more

Robin Good - November 29, 2007

Aditall provides an online marketplace for creating and selling, or buying and customizing inexpensive video advertising for the web. Video advertising is one way of making your message stand out on the web, and has now even been included within the ad units offered by the popular ... read more

Michael Pick - November 12, 2007

Seesmic, the new video communication platform being setup right now in San Francisco by Loic LeMeur, (presently open only to a limited group of invited beta users) is the first one that hints at pushing the envelope of video publishing and microblogging by creating a social ... read more

Robin Good - November 11, 2007

Is social networking good for education? The National School Boards Association (USA) in partnership with research firm Grunwald Associates LLC, and the support of Microsoft, Newscorp and >Verizon has just published a data-rich survey dissecting social and education related activity patterns by American students. ...And the ... read more

NSBA - National School Boards Association - NSBA - National School Boards Association - November 9, 2007

Investment research is a highly competitive research field and having the ability to leverage a large pool of individual market watchers and investors may create more value than any traditional competing information gathering approach. This is what new online service Wikinvest attempts to do. Nonetheless this new ... read more

John Blossom - Shore - November 7, 2007

If you want to create, maintain and publish online databases, social lists, galleries or even interactive mash-up atlases as added-value content for your blog or website, you may very well want to take a look at Listphile. This simple, free, easy-to-use web application makes it a ... read more

Michael Pick - November 5, 2007

Our current political economy is based on a fundamental mistake. It is based on the assumption that natural resources are unlimited, and that it is an endless sink. This false assumption creates artificial scarcity for potentially abundant cultural resources. This combination of quasi-abundance and quasi-scarcity destroys ... read more

Michel Bauwens - P2P Foundation - November 3, 2007

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