My daily readings 02/07/2010

  • tags: iPad, UI, design

  • tags: no_tag

      • completely hides the filesystem from the user
      • lives atop built-to-specific-purpose native applications and universally available web apps
  • tags: Etherpad

    • These social and collaborative features no doubt bring TinyChat’s functionality to another level. Now that the platform has screensharing, and document and whiteboard collaboration, TinyChat could become a staple for businesses. And TinyChat offers its API for users to build off of its platform. The big bonus: TinyChat is completely free. The chat startup makes money from advertising and has yet to monetize, although its main competitor TokBox has begun to experiment with a freemium model (TokBox also has Etherpad integration). Although the startup has raised no VC funding since its launch last year, TinyChat has continued to innovate and make its platform a compelling offering for chat. In fact, the startup seeing 5 million minutes of usage per day. And along the way, the TinyChat has morphed into a full-fledged collaboration platform.

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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