As many of you know, I am a fan of JotSpot. One of the interesting things that came out of my interview with JotSpot co-founders Joe Kraus and Graham Spencer is that they plan to build workflow syntax and functionality into their wiki product. Which brings me to Scott McMullan’s post….
More good stuff: The prerelease version of Automator currently comes with 123 Actions that are grouped into categories according to function. The categories include Mail, Find, Alert, People, and iPod, and users can search for Actions using Tiger’s standard Mac OS X search field. The alternate view command groups the Actions by keyword, which can […]
A few posts ago I mentioned that Apple’s new Automator tool was a potentially interesting development vis-a-vis workflow learning. Well, a new article at MacWorld surfaces this fascinating additional tidbit: With the Automator, you don’t have to write a single line of code; instead, you build a flow chart. On the left side of the […]
The evolution of workflow learning follows the evolution of workflow automation. The reason is that, in order for workflow learning to…er…work, there has to be a way to look into the software system and find out what events are happening in the context of a pre-defined workflow. These are exactly the same things that you […]