- Feb 21, 2001(I just arrived here, btw). Radar ears; thanks for the link Julian.
At agora we think p2p (and groove in particular) is very important,
and as a solution provider we're building some neat applications for
corporate and B2B use. We also think that it can revolutionise
consumer-brand activities. Some context:
"In a highly networked world, doing business well means more than
adopting online promotion, viral marketing or any of the conventional
wisdom about selling the same thing in a different way. It means
designing media whose primary value lies in its ability to connect
That paragraph is basically the entire content of my presentation at
the European p2p summit earlier this week.
Personally - although I don't have very much budget to build this
sort of stuff speculatively - I'm very very interested in bridging
the gap between "public areas" (web, 2-way-web, mail lists, usenet,
weblogs, syndicated news, freenet storage etc) and "private areas"
(groove spaces, for example). That's one of the motivations behind
groovelog, and we have a bunch of prototype applications coming down
the pike which are designed around using public media for rendezvous
of private groups.
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