Ed Brill "Opting In": Thank You In Many Ways

Last year I had the honour of answering a call for sidebar contributions to Ed Brill’s book, “Opting In: Lessons in Social Business from a Fortune 500 Product Manager”. I had no doubt it would be a well-written, informative book. Ed’s announcement today of his new role as Director of Market Management – IBM Mobile

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NotesIn9, IBM Connect and IBM Champion – A Busy Week And More To Come

It’s been a busy week. Last Thursday I had a mixture of good and bad news. Two abstracts I was hopeful about we’re rejected for IBM Connect, but a third was accepted. I’ll be presenting with Mike McGarel – not the first time I’ve presented with someone who works for Czarnowski, but this time there

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Whither the Notes Client?

This morning I came across a tweet from Ed Brill about Symphony / Open Office with a link to this article about Apache OpenOffice IBM Edition. The article is positive reinforcing that although Symphony 3.0.1 is likely to be the last release, IBM’s commitment to OpenOffice continues (as those of us in the yellow bubble

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Why Social Business Makes Sense

Over the last week or so I’ve been making some major enhancements to the XPages Help Application I provided on OpenNTF earlier this year, now available at the shortened URL http://xhelp.openntf.org. The main areas have been adding dijit.Tree support for the navigation, but also fixing an issue that meant images didn’t appear when viewed in Notes

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GMail Learns from Lotus iNotes

The twittersphere and the internet are all buzzing with the news that Gmail has added a preview pane, learning from tablets. An article circulated from Twitter calls it “heart-warming” and “exciting” and says it will make Gmail “more awesome than ever”. Google for “preview pane gmail” and you’ll not find any shortage of articles. Excuse me, because

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IBM Champions for Lotus Collaboration Solutions

I’m sure most, if not all, of the people reading this have already seen the announcement by Ed Brill of the IBM Champions for Lotus Collaborations Solutions at PacLUG earlier today. It’s an honour to be included in the illustrious company, many of whom I’ve become friends with at various LUGs and conferences over the last

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