Links for 2008-01-29

  • Testing Blues – “Test is the new development” – the thoughts of some interesting people in IBM Hursley with an interest in testing.
  • Guy Kawasaki: How to Change the World: Forget the A-List After All – “Evangelism is not about sucking up to only people who are famous and self-important” … “It was unknown artists, designers, hobbyists, and user-group members who made Macintosh successful, and we could have not identified them in advance.”
  • Computerworld: IBM’s Web 2.0 scuffle will dwarf clashes against Microsoft – “IBM hammered away at the way it will integrate its product portfolio that includes messaging, real-time communication, and new social software and rapid application-development tools” … “seems to be playing from behind in many areas…”
  • Matter Home – “Matter is a box full of real things you’ll enjoy getting and a new way for companies to talk to people by giving them stuff they’ll want to keep.” I signed up for this. Looking forward to seeing the box on Saturday. [via:Andy Piper]
  • Twitter100 – Status of 100 followers at a glance
  • Lotus toying with Sametime features including virtual world meetings – Network World – Lotus tries Metaverse: “At the company’s annual Lotusphere conference, Sametime development manager Konrad Lagarde showed off experimental features including a virtual meeting … that included 3-D avatars representing attendees and presentation graphics”
  • Kzero: The Explorers. Marketing activity across multiple worlds – “Here?s a table showing marketing activity across multiple virtual worlds. It?s not an exhaustive list, but it?s pretty close (and will be updated as and when).”
  • Quicksilver – “A unified, extensible interface for working with applications, contacts, music, and other data.”
  • JPG Magazine: Stories: How To: Panography – “or how to turn a bunch of photos into one work of art”

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