Tag Archives: JotSpot

Imagining a WeLE

A while back, I noted with some interest Michael Korcuska’s screencast showing off a prototype of some functionality planned for Sakai 3. Some recent related conversation has come up on the Sakai listservs regarding the possibility of including wiki-like capabilities … Continue reading

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Google Soon Adding JotSpot to Google Apps

Thanks to fellow Oracle blogger Jake Kuramoto for pointing to this ZDNet piece revealing (among other things) that JotSpot is about to become part of the Google Apps package. Long-time e-Literate readers know that I was lucky enough to be … Continue reading

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Towards an Education Inflected Architecture

The title of this post was also the title of a talk by Barbara Taranto, the Director of the Digital Library Program at the New York Public Library at yesterday’s FIT conference. I just love it. An “education inflected architecture” … Continue reading

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Is Sakai a Platform or a Product?

Ben Brophy, a UI designer at MIT, muses about whether Sakai is a platform or a product. His initial answer is that it should be both. But he worries about the implications of having it as platform: The conference ended … Continue reading

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Bloglines: Still Sucky After All These Years

Apparently, Bloglines CEO Mark Fletcher replied to June Oshiro’s blog regarding their broken feed reader. June hits the nail on the head with her reply: But Mark! You don’t address the second fundamental problem. I find this ironic and indicative … Continue reading

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