As I have mentioned earlier on, here you have got the second weblog post around the subject of Meetro, a relatively new beta in the Instant Messaging space and which I mentioned I would be weblogging about it to indicate what are my Top 5 favourite features from this client. As you may have noticed … Continue reading Time to Revisit Meetro Again! – Top 5 Features I Enjoy
Back in October, and in quite a few posts, I weblogged about the huge potential that a recently started company around the world of Instant Messaging would be having as soon as it would get busy moving away from just being a fun tool to try out and progress into a much more business focused … Continue reading Time to Revisit Meetro Again!
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Earlier on this week I created a weblog post about the recent rumours of Google potentially acquiring Meetro and it seems like all of those rumours were wrong after all. At least, that is what we can read all over the place on the Internet. Indeed, those rumours may be … Continue reading Social Networking Breaks the Ice – Google Acquires Meetroduction: Not a Happy Ending … Yet
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Not long ago I wrote a weblog entry where I was sharing my experiences about one of the latest, probably somewhat most interesting IM clients out there that was bringing together IM and location-awareness. That IM client was Meetro and back then I was mentioning that I would be watching … Continue reading Social Networking Breaks the Ice – Google Acquires Meetroduction
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) In another weblog post, Scabadone pointed me out to a similar offering to Plazes that would be worth while checking and back then I mentioned that I would be giving it a try and then see how it would go. Well, I have now been trying Meetro since then and … Continue reading Meetro – It Really Breaks The Ice
Last week Steven Tedjamulia created a weblog post that I feel should be a good reference to every single knowledge worker out there. Indeed, in How Knowledge Workers Would Like to Work Steven just mentions some of the details and key findings from a set of recent interviews he has done on how enterprise level … Continue reading How Knowledge Workers Would Like to Work
People who have been reading from my weblogs for some time now would probably know how fond I am of Flickr, the online Web 2.0 photo sharing service that got me hooked from the very first time I bumped into it. In May it would be one year since I signed up for a Pro … Continue reading The Flickr Gunners – Is It Time to Try Out Other Alternatives?
In the past you would remember how I have been weblogging a few times already about one particular application very handy specially for the mobile workforce. The application itself is called Plazes and you can find more information about it over here. The reason why I have always thought that this application would be very … Continue reading Have You Found Your Plazer Yet?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) Yes, I know, I know. Rumours are not a good thing and we can see that in a previous occasion where I mentioned briefly the potential acquisition of Meetro by Google it didn’t end up with the expected results, to say the least. However, this time there may be something … Continue reading And Off We Go with Another Rumour – Is It not That Fun or What ?
(Migrated weblog post from LSR) I guess that the rumours are now finally over. And just like I mentioned, not too long after the rumours were growing rather strong, we get to find out that Google releases Google Talk (or GTalk). And by the looks of it almost everybody in the Blogosphere seems to have … Continue reading Google Talk – Is It Really Worth While All the Fuss ?