Friends Report, Jul 24

I’ve had the privilege of meeting two new people in the last week, either as a result of my work or as a direct consequence thereof. Chris Brogan … lives on the East Coast of the US and writes frequently about self-improvement and creativity on his own site, […]

2.0 Report, Jul 24

Ken’s Take on Why Web 2.0 Matters to Business Ken Yarmosh has written a collection of posts about why Web 2.0 matters to businesses. Key reasons are: Ken defines Web 2.0 as “an attempt to build the web around people instead of technology”. It offers improved knowledge collection, […]

Team Collaboration Report, Jul 19

Stuart Henshall on the Future of Online Collaboration Robin Good interviewed Stuart Henshall, editor and publisher of the Skype Journal, one year ago, and last week posted the interview. The focus is on the future of online collaboration. Key points: Real-time online collaboration is increasing; the ease of […]

Mobility Report, Jul 19

Good moves into Australia Good Technology announced a reseller agreement with Telstra Corporation, one of the mobile operators in Australia. Telstra is the first carrier to introduce the Good Mobility Suite to mobile professionals in Australia, giving customers the award winning Good Mobile Messaging, Good Mobile Intranet and […]

BlackBerry 8700 … A Wonderful Device

After three fiasco experiences with Windows Mobile devices, I’ve become a BlackBerry fan. I have been using a BlackBerry 8700 for the past couple of months, and have found it much more reliable than the Windows Mobile 5 device I wrote about back in March. It has never […]

Numbers Update, Jul 11

I’ve continued on what was originally a 37 day challenge. Here’s my numbers for the past few weeks: June 2006 19 … 51-9-0 20 … 52-10-0 21 … 53-10-0 22 … 54-10-0 23 … 55-10-0 24 … 56-10-0 25 … NIL 26 … 57-10-0 27 … 58-3-0 28 […]

Team Collaboration Report, Jul 11

Notes on Linux IBM announced the imminent release of the Lotus Notes client for Linux desktops. From Ed Brill: The requirement for IBM Workplace software deployment has been removed — and what IBM will ship is a stand-alone Lotus Notes on Linux client. No Workplace server required for […]