Online Collaboration - Articles Archive
from February 23, 2005 to January 1, 2005

Me-TV's VideoBlogging Wiki is an outstanding example of how online communities can use Web-based collaboration tools to create valuable knowledge bases—for themselves and for others to share. It's also a great resource for anyone tinkering with videoblogging, or vlogging. The Wiki is the product of a fast ... read more

Robin Good - February 23, 2005

The major networks? "They are nothing more than assemblers and distributors of content, once you get down to it. Up until just 2003 or so, it was a very "hard problem" to create and distribute quality video feed to the masses. Now, that has changed. The ... read more

Robin Good - February 21, 2005

Have you ever experienced the frustration that comes from working collaboratively on a text document with other authors and revisors? Version control can become pretty confusing and 'show mark-up' editing trackers can easily clutter up your view of the document to the point that it ... read more

Robin Good - February 20, 2005

X-events, physical events that leverage the potential of new media communication technologies to extend their communication potential over time, remain one of the hottest topics relevant to conferencing and collaboration providers. Photo credit: Nelson Syozi The convergence of RSS, wikis, blogs, podcasts, discussion forums, newsletters and mailing lists ... read more

Robin Good - February 17, 2005

Thanks to the courtesy of Ross Mayfield, I have been experimenting with my small geographically dispersed team, how effective a wiki can be in supporting projects in which multiple professionals contribute and complement each other. In the past I have made heavy use of technologies at the ... read more

Robin Good - February 15, 2005

Motorola and Skype have just announced a new powerful alliance giving way to a free wireless future for all user of Skype with a Motorola mobile phone. The new alliance should bring seamless mobility and greater connectivity options and access for both of these companies global customer ... read more

Robin Good - February 14, 2005

It is now possible to edit video clips from your mobile phone and make a splashy presentation enriched by synched cuts, special visual effects and titles, all without having to learn complex software or editing techniques. The only thing you need to have are some good ... read more

Robin Good - [via Om Malik on Broadband] - February 12, 2005

If you need to send a large file to someone without using email, you may want to know what services and tools are available without needing tech knowledge or using file transfer protocol (FTP). Using the email attachment approach for files that are larger than one megabyte ... read more

Robin Good - February 10, 2005

Spontaneity can be a catalyst in conventional meetings, often smoothing the decision-making process and bringing participants closer to a successful outcome of the meeting. Unfortunately, body language and other non-verbal cues that greatly influence the smooth flow of a personal encounter are not available in teleconferences. ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora - February 9, 2005

SMS to Skype is a free service from Connectotel allowing GSM mobile phone users to send Skype instant messages to any Skype user. SMS to Skype uses the standard Skype software and you do not need to install anything else to start using it now. Phot credit: ... read more

Robin Good - February 7, 2005

"Online events and web conferences are often spin-offs or extensions of physical ones. Offline more than online, the organizations and logistics of an event require adequate resources and the ability to coordinate multiple simultaneous tracks. If your next online conference is based on a set of ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora - February 5, 2005

"How can a company start developing a tool for collaboration with the full intent to exclude certain users due to their choice of platform? Tools for collaboration ought to secure a common ground for collaboration, not be an obstacle that excludes people. In fact, ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora Latest News - February 4, 2005

Peer-to-peer file sharing has been a hot topic on all well-known technology channels on the Web during the last couple of years, with a surge in the last couple of weeks. Take the article The Shadow Internet in the January 2005 issue of Wired Online, for ... read more

Robin Good - January 30, 2005

"It was fascinating to realize how many aspects of running a business meeting online are true powerful advantages over a physical one. Many of them had never consciously surfaced in my extensive use of these technologies, as when you are using them, you are one with ... read more

Robin Good - Corante EventLab - January 28, 2005
Vendors of professional Web conferencing tools usually pitch their marketing strategies at corporate buyers. Advanced Reality Inc. has taken an entirely different, very challenging and bottom-up approach by releasing a beta version of Jybe, a free browser toolbar plug-in that not only allows you to browse ... read more

Chris Duncan & Robin Good - Kolabora - January 27, 2005

Released as a public beta this past weekend, eXeem is a new Peer-To-Peer (P2P) file sharing program that uses a similar download and upload component as BitTorrent. In less than 3 days, nearly 200,000 people have downloaded eXeem. The company behind eXeem is Swarm Systems, the ... read more

Robin Good - January 24, 2005

Online (and offline) events should not be confined anymore to the physical time-space of when and where the event actually occurs. Photo credit: Gavin Whitmore New media technologies, communication, collaboration, presentation and content delivery and distribution technologies provide multiple and complementary pathways to extend events' reach, duration ... read more

Robin Good - January 11, 2005

To be successful online you need to have constant feedback of how you are performing, who is linking to you, how the search engines treat your site and whether your server hasn't had any hiccups recently. More than these, in order to determine which advertising and ... read more

Sharon Housley - January 7, 2005

Getting your RSS feeds in place is not enough to get your headlines—and content, if you will—picked up by RSS indexes and directories. Robin Good realized this long ago when he first started offering his collection of RSS feed submission sites (RSSTop55 - Best Blog Directory ... read more

Robin Good - January 5, 2005

As I have been just reporting in this column Internet Explorer will likely not be the Web browser of choice for the majority of Internet users in 2005. Photo credit: Philippe Ramakers Internet Explorer has been rapidly losing market share since the beginning of 2004 and in ... read more

Robin Good - Kolabora Latest News - January 1, 2005

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