Monthly Archives: October 2000

Hello Groovy World!

I like getting messages via Groove! But… for some reason answering either doesn’t work or is extremely slow today. If you send me a message and I don’t reply for a long time, please try again and add a mail … Continue reading

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Just another monday

Jon Udell wants to Groove, too! Maybe this really is the-next-great-thing? Right now it feels that way to me. There may be lots of hype about P2P, but also some really interesting new technology. O’Reilly now has a peer-to-peer directory, … Continue reading

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Great phones, questionable services

A few days ago I lost my mobile phone and had to buy a new one. The Nokia 6210 may not be innovative (unless you count WAP 1.1), but it’s a very well-designed and solid phone. It shows what happens … Continue reading

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Groove and Radio Userland?

From a recent interview with Ray Ozzie: The platform we’re building serves individuals at the edge of the organization, as opposed to systems at the center. The tools that people are using successfully at the edge of the organizations?e-mail and … Continue reading

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First steps towards shared editing

I just registered a new domain for my experiments with shared editing. And Stan Krute, who is already doing interesting experiments, wants to hook up the RU FAQ via Groove. I’m all game, we’ll see what happens tomorrow. In general, … Continue reading

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Infrastructure for outlines

Ray Ozzie, creator of Lotus Notes, launched an ambitious new software product called Groove today. There is some software to download. But what is it? Here are some attempts to describe it: “a platform for development of tools you can … Continue reading

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Me and everyone else: is it flu?

I’m debugging some XSLT – and I am very stuck, for the moment. And I have still have a bad cold, maybe it’s really the flu, this time… I guess that’s globalization in practice: all us nice professional webloggers coming … Continue reading

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Far too late

It’s sunday and far to late at night.

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Are some users more users than others?

Trouble in Paradise: Problems Facing the Usability Community Everybody say they want systems that are easier to use – but where do usability experts enter the picture? Joe Clark says: The web is just like Canada. Most people will never … Continue reading

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Massage, good books… no nightmares

Aila always has funny pictures over at her weblog. And here are the Top hundred bestsellers about dreams I had a great massage late friday afternoon. Then I bought more books: Josephus: The Jewish war Describes the Jewish uprising against … Continue reading

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