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People in Our Software

People are not well represented in today's software. With the exception of IM (instant messaging) clients, today's applications offer few clues that people are actually living beings. Static strings depict things associated with people like e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and home-page URLs. Applications also tend to show the same information about a person, no matter who is viewing it.

by John Richards, Jim Christensen | February 24, 2004


Social Bookmarking in the Enterprise

Can your organization benefit from social bookmarking tools?

by David Millen, Jonathan Feinberg, Bernard Kerr | December 16, 2005