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Oct 12, 2009


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Alan Wilkerson

It beats the longer one. I blogged about the same thing trying to imagine how a small church could communicate very efficiently and quickly when needed.

There's something to it. Can't wait for it to go public.


andy stewart

Personally, I use Showdocument for online teaching and web conferencing. I'm not saying these programs aren't good,
But I think a web-based application is always better, since there's nothing to download or install.
try it at http://www.showdocument.com . -andy


Your luddite friend.

This looks like a magnificent tool. (It was out there 7 years ago as "Groove", but we won't quibble over details of failed companies.) It's definitely, "the way things ought to be." It's easy, fast, focused, and way cool.

The luddite take is this. It will either be secure (spooking los Federales, because they won't be able to see into easy, fast, focused and way cool child abuse rings) or not. If it's not secure, advertisers will be quick to invent the wavebot - imagine the possibilities! Google ain't doin' this for the sheer fun of it. Wavebot will be like a personal secretary in every meeting. It'll do really convenient stuff for you, and hear every word.

Remember, every silver lining has a cloud.

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