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Re: [ba-unrev-talk] Spring

Thanks much for the review.    (01)

Now if we could only create Amazon-style pages for each of the
technologies mentioned in this forum, and being collecting such
reviews....    (02)

stephen white wrote:    (03)

> On Monday, September 30, 2002, at 12:48  PM, Jack Park wrote:
> > There is a demo that downloads with Jazz
> > http://www.cs.umd.edu/hcil/jazz/ that is somewhat similar to spring,
> > though not as fully developed.
> I downloaded Spring and tried it out. Very disappointing, I'm sorry to
> say.
> The context sensitive linking between two objects was interesting, but
> flawed. When you have to email the programmer to ask for new ways for
> two objects to be linked, it just isn't going to scale at all.
> On a brighter note, it appears that these small projects are starting
> to link together with collaborative ideas. They're small enough that
> they're able to design for each other's functionality. While the
> programs aren't terribly impressive now, they're on the right path.
> Collaboration is certainly coming to the front of public consciousness
> so I suspect things are going to become very interesting and quite soon
> now.
> Program recommendation of the day: NetNewsWire... this really is worth
> a look if you blog or read news websites and have an OS X machine.
>         http://ranchero.com/software/netnewswire/
> --
>    spwhite@chariot.net.au    (04)