I saw something today on the Google Spreadsheets site that was so cool my mouth opened and the word “wow” came out of it. Sure….sure….it can be argued that I don’t get out much but lets stick to the topic at hand.
Google Spreadsheets now allows anyone to collaborate on a file WITHOUT LOGGING IN (emphasis Google). No kidding. Setup a spreadsheet. Post the link. And watch the collaborators trickle in.
The fine folks at Google Operating System have already setup an example for us. Check it out while there is still significant activity. And think of the possibilities for your specific business…
A hat tip to the Google Operating System site for their overview of Kai-Fu Lee’s cloud computing keynote. As more data is shifted to the cloud the points mentioned in this article will become exceedingly important. Kai-Fu Lee on Cloud Computing [Google Operating System] This is also a good time to mention Microsoft’s Live Mesh [...]
Meryl.net has quite an exhaustive list of data visualization tools. We have written before about a startup that is competing in this space but the linked list from Meryl has 175 tools. Impressive.
The Microsoft Office team has done a fantastic job in recent years. Their launch of Office 2007 is biggest benchmark for their success. Install rates are high and so is customer satisfaction (wish the Microsoft Vista team could say the same). With the success of Microsoft Office comes that awkward stage in technology when some [...]