public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from springnet with tags web2.0 & collaboration

March 2008

February 2008

September 2007

April 2007

Software For Virtual Teams

more and more companies are going virtual. The answer to long commutes, inner city traffic, tapping into creative minds in other geographies and combating global warming is: a 'work from home' policy.

Web Worker Daily » Blog Archive What's So Difficult about Online Document Collaboration? «

Teams I’ve worked on have tried many, if not all, of these services. After editing a document or two, people invariably fall back into old habits of shuffling Word files back and forth. Why?

July 2006

WiredReach - Powering the User Centric Web

WiredReach is a universal content sharing platform built on Eclipse RCP, JXTA, RDF, RSS and XMPP. The term "content" is very loosely defined and can include things like presence, blogs, bookmarks, documents, calendars, music, photos - virtually any type o

activeCollab - open source project management and collaboration tool.

by 54 others, 2 comments
activeCollab is an easy to use, web based, open source collaboration and project management tool. Set up an environment where you, your team and your clients can collaborate on active projects using a set of simple, functional tools. 100% free!

June 2006

Web 2.0 Workgroup - A network of Web 2.0 resources

by 27 others
The Web 2.0 Workgroup is a network of premium weblogs that write content about the new generation of the Web. Combined, these sites reach a large readership of influential technology and media professionals. If you would like to subscribe to all of these

April 2006

Lazybase

by 19 others
Lazybase allows anyone to design, create and share a database of whatever they like.

Jeff Clavier's Software Only: 30Boxes as an identity-based aggregator ?

Narendra Rocherolle was good enough to brief me a couple of weeks ago on the upcoming beta release of 30Boxes (as in – the UI has 30 boxes/dates), the calendaring application developed by 83Degrees – the new startup of the founders of Webshots.