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MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

Knowledge work is changing fast. Recent trends in increased teleconferencing bandwidth, the ubiquitous integration of “pads and tabs” into workaday life, and new expectations of workplace flexibility have precipitated an explosion of applications designed to help people collaborate from different places, times, and situations. Over the last several months the MixMeet team observed and interviewed […] → Read More: MixMeet: Live searching and browsing

HMD and specialization

Google Glass’ semi-demise has become a topic of considerable interest lately. Alexander Sommer at WT-Vox takes the view that it was a courageous “public beta” and “a PR nightmare” but also well received in specialized situations where the application suits the device, as in Scott’s post below. IMO, a pretty good summary. (I notice that Sony […] → Read More: HMD and specialization

HMD and specialization

Google Glass’ semi-demise has become a topic of considerable interest lately. Alexander Sommer at WT-Vox takes the view that it was a courageous “public beta” and “a PR nightmare” but also well received in specialized situations where the application suits the device, as in Scott’s post below. IMO, a pretty good summary. (I notice that Sony […] → Read More: HMD and specialization