|Re: shareware idea||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Raines Cohen (coho-Lraines.com)|
|Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 17:21:34 -0600 (MDT)|
"Hans Tilstra" <hanstilstra [at] rabbit.com.au> wrote on 9/21/99 3:24 PM: >For a more thorough explanation of this groupware idea (ie. taking internet >technology to the next level): click to >http://php.indiana.edu/~ljessup/gwcent3.html Hmmm, a document from 1995? Good background reading, but a little outdated in its technology references. You can find some more current info on collaborative meeting technologies at: http://www.technography.com/ (disclaimer: I may be entering into a collaboration with the author) One I've heard good things about is WebEx from ActiveTouch: http://www.webex.com/ (disclaimer: a friend of mine works there) Don't forget that we're all at this very moment using one of the oldest, best-established internet collaboration technologies to date: E-mail and mailing list software! Don't take them for granted. What would you do if somebody took away your e-mail tomorrow? It does spark a deeper question: How are CoHo groups, established and in development, using e-mail internally and externally? (don't forget to change the subject line if you reply on that topic) Raines Raines Cohen <coho-L [at] raines.com> <http://www.swansway.com> Member, Old Oakland [CA] Cohousing at Swan's Market Where the construction folks now say "January 15", and the developer says "No, December 15!" and member, East Bay Cohousing [no site yet] Two members of which will be attending the national conference!
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