Wednesday, March 22, 2006

April 5th - Join us for live chat about "Magic of Blogs - Part 1"

What: Magic of Blogs - Part 1
When: Wed, April 5th noon PST (3pm EST)
Where: Here on Blogcom, just click on the diamond on the right and join the chat

Its FREE! All content will be archived here.

Topic: Magic of Blog - Part 1

This is the first in series to explore whats the magic with blogs, how have they transformed the web? What new b-models have evolved around blogs, what new cool technologies, trends?

Invited Guests:
Brent Ashley, the AJAX man, co-founder of blogchat (the chat we use here).

Here is his detailed bio
David Sifry, Founder and CEO of Technorati
Technorati tracks 31.1 million blogs on the web and 2.2 billion links
Its a search engine and directory of blogs. I particularly love David's State of the Blogosphere

How to participate:
Join us for a live chat. Or email Su (sujamthe at yahoo dot com) or Richard (seltzer at samizdat dot com) with questions or comments or simple post a comment to this blog.

- Sudha

7 Comments:

Anonymous Richard Seltzer said...

Please explain the meaning and purpose of “web-based applications”. Do you mean a mode of working where the application software resides on the Web and not in your PC? And do you mean that the applications are completely compatible with Microsoft applications on your PC so you can quickly and easily move files back and forth? If so, is this meant to make you more mobile — able to do useful work and share that work even when you don’t have your own personal laptop with you? (Can you securely store your data and files on the Web as well as use the web-based applications?) Do the applications themselves become more useful when you can share them simultaneously with colleagues either in work-mode or in presentation-mode? Are spreadsheets, in general, more useful if you aren’t the only one who inputs data; if instead any member of a team (securely defined) can input data at any time, and the rest of the team will see the results whenever they connect? (Is this different from what you can do over a LAN? If not, perhaps there’s a benefit from linking more closely people at remote locations, including people who though important members of the team work for different companies). Does this approach change how you buy and how you pay for desktop applications? Could you operate efficiently without the equivalent software on your desktop at all? If so, could this approach totally undercut Microsoft? If so, what can/will Microsoft do to torpedo it? On the other hand, what new business models does this open up? What kinds of businesses/services could you build on a platform of this kind? Does the application design make piggybacking (for instance, with “plug-ins”) easy or difficult? What’s the compatibility with
remote/mobile/portable devices? Do these applications make it practical to read documents and/or input data to documents from a palm or blackberry or even a cellphone?.Once desktop applications are on the Web, what new ways of working, what new business opportunities, and what new business risks open up? For instance, is anybody combining secure web-based storage of documents with these web-based applications? In the future will anyone need a “desktop”? Will anyone need a LAN?

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