Online Collaboration - Articles Archive
from November 6, 2004 to September 21, 2004

POPstick is a Boston-based new media communication agency that utilizes digital technology to build creative solutions for new marketing opportunities and challenges. I picked up POPstick newest idea, POPstick Outburst, because nonetheless its very corporate and impersonal communication strategy (quite at the opposite of very model ... read more

Robin Good - November 6, 2004
Imagination Cubed is an amazing, free online communication tool developed by General Electric (GE) as part of its global marketing campaign, Imagination at Work. For many people, the easiest way to explain a complex idea to someone else is to pick up a pad and pencil ... read more

Robin Good - November 4, 2004
Yesterday I had a demo of a technology I had heard about but had never really tested. The PR agency, taking care of the company in question, had very gently setup a meeting time, and a conferencing space online (powered by Live Meeting) where this showcase ... read more

Robin Good - November 4, 2004

Traditionally, investors, investment managers and fund managers had relied on advice from industry and company analysts at investment banks and stockbrokers to make sound investment decisions. Then, as high-profile corporate scandals (Enron, Tyco etc) rocked financial markets after the internet bust, the ensuing collapse of share ... read more

Robin Good - November 3, 2004
Roland Piquepaille reports: ""Tele-immersion is a technology which allows cooperative interaction between groups of distant people working in the same virtual environment. It involves three real-time steps: 1) taking images of a subject with 48 cameras, 2) transmitting the images over a network, and 3) implanting ... read more

Roland Piquepaille - October 30, 2004
Boing Boing's Cory Doctorow reports on what appears to really be a super major news items for anyone seriously interested in seeing how independent newsmakers are about to create a world-wide independent news clearinghouse. Called wikinews this new project is set to become a free alternative ... read more

Robin Good - Boing Boing - October 26, 2004
If you are into online software technologies, screen-sharing, remote control and do not get annoyed by learning a bit more about what is possible out there, you will be certainly interested in checking out a recent Slashdot post that covered the best VNC-based screen sharing tools. ... read more

Robin Good - Slashdot - October 23, 2004
Scrivlet is a new, easy-to-use, collaborative Web-based editor, that allows anyone to post text online and to have others come by and contribute easily to it. Scrivlet produces an RSS feed for any Web page created, is compatible with all major browsers (no Safari, Konqueror or old ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - October 17, 2004

Grouper is a P2P file sharing tool that allows private groups of people to easily distribute files among themselves with no limitation in file types and size, and with integrated IM (instant messaging) and security encryption. Grouper fills a gap left by the first wave of ... read more

Robin Good recommends - October 14, 2004
The recent addition of several new authors to the MasterNewMedia team urges us to look for research tools that allow us to: locate relevant hot tools and articles, take meaningful snapshots, archive, annotate and compile hyperlinks, report and share the results, and ultimately, assign and request ... read more

Robin Good - October 13, 2004
As an independent publisher or NewsMaster, you may spend a fair amount of your time away from your desk. There may be times when you're out and about that you need access to a computer. If you don't own a WiFi-enabled laptop PC, or simply haven't ... read more

Robin Good - October 11, 2004
Eric Rice, well-known blogger and founder of AudioBlog, now also hosts a radio show on the net. In his relatively recent and experimental audio broadcasting journey Eric is using Garageband to record his podcasts. While in San Francisco Eric visited Robin's party Friday night at ... read more

Robin Good - October 10, 2004
When you are working as part of a team on a research project, there are plenty of online collaboration tools you can use to share your discoveries in real-time with your colleagues. Screensharing technology allows you to take others on a tour of webpages as you ... read more

Robin Good - October 2, 2004
Second Life, is the latest 3D digital world imagined, created and owned by its own inhabitants. In it you can chat, play games, build houses and meet with other people. In second Life you can have your own land on which you can literally "build" any ... read more

Robin Good - September 27, 2004
A/V Blog by Userplane No words are needed. Just turn on your speakers, and click the play button on the above window. (If you are on a dial-up connection this may take quite a while). Impressed. It does work like expected and it is as easy as 1-2-3. Can I have ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - September 24, 2004
"Most people still experience online collaboration as a formal session where a bunch of people arrived at a predetermined time and passively view a scripted presentation. Those uses are important, but most of the collaboration that goes on in organizations is much more spontaneous and varied. ... read more

Robin Good - September 24, 2004
The Financial Services industry has been worrying for some time now about online collaboration tools. Instant Messaging (IM), in particular, has been causing huge headaches for the IT and Compliance chiefs in the big banks and trading houses. Traders love using IM to do pre-trade chatting with ... read more

Robin Good - September 23, 2004
As an information professional, it's not that often you come across a tool that is both (a) extremely easy to use and (b) can create a whole range of simple, effective and ultimately indispensable new services for your users. If that tool also allows you to ... read more

Robin Good - September 23, 2004
Researchers live and breathe the maxim "the right information, in the right place, at the right time". But how often do researchers, when finally packaging up their findings, know exactly what the "right time" and "right place" are for their customer? Are they sitting at their desks, ... read more

Robin Good - September 23, 2004
A lovely friend pointed me today to a Groove presentation which I hadn't seen before. This excellent audio-visual streaming presentation showcases Groove version 3 new key features and it provides visual examples of how the new features and facilities can be used. Groove v3 is really ... read more

Robin Good Recommends - September 21, 2004

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