RE: [ba-ohs-talk] Wiki experiences?
While email is ubiquitous, it is unfit for collaborative work. (01)
The scarcest resource available is -attention-. Email and browsers sap
Groove.net, for example, provides for P-2-P Shared Spaces that harbor and
focus context and attention. (03)
Eroom.com offers client/server type work environments for fast-cycle
There are others, including the grand-daddy, with 80M seats, Lotus Notes, to
wit, "...a special system to work on it without distractions and capable of
being configured for standardized forms we want to use." (05)
Software that harbors and maximizes cognition and effort is growing fast,
and needs serious consideration. (06)
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of Joe D Williams
Sent: Tuesday, March 05, 2002 3:32 PM
Subject: Re: [ba-ohs-talk] Wiki experiences? (09)
Eric > If I had an special email program that was only good for ba- mailing
> lists (for now), I wouldn't mind keeping that up as a process on my
> system, and checking it for email now and then. (010)
this sounds like a giant step, but actually it may be the most logical.
If the objective is to work on a 'single' problem, or set or strongly
related problems, then it makes sense to have a special system
to work on it without distractions and capable of being configured for
standardized forms we want to use.