amaah + toli + notes   4

On The Limitations Of Notes On The Web
The question is, why did these web interfaces (of Lotus Notes) not get widely adopted?
technology  software  web  lotus  notes  ibm  history  strategy  organizations  adoption  decisions  iNotes  K-station  websphere  portal  rest  toli 
june 2005 by amaah
Calling Things By Their Names
The identity of a community is to be found in the most unlikely of things. The things that draw people together to form a cohesive whole are not the explicit things that one thinks, it's not warlike territoriality or dedication to some mission "statement"
language  naming  communities  tribes  patterns  BestPractices  software  history  strategy  lotus  quickplace  sametime  notes  ibm  web  conflict  israel  palestine  Ghana  Dagbon  Kokonba  africa  chicken  guineafowl  anthropology  toli  sociology  social-software  socialsoftware  technology 
june 2005 by amaah
Beyond the scaling problem
Ed Brill reports questions from the trenches about how one handles the scaling problem. In my 2 cents, I try to change the frame and think of what lies beyond the scaling problem
technology  scaling  performance  database  web  software  lotus  ibm  notes  domino  architecture  design  insight  toli 
april 2005 by amaah
On XForms, XPath, CSS, Brevity, Syntax And More
I'm suggesting then that the language acquisition cost and what I'm terming the cognitive impedance in the average human being of of having to type true(), and forward slashes for selectors will determine the adoption rates of XForms
technology  web  xforms  forms  xpath  css  language  design  architecture  comprehension  lotus  ibm  notes  standards  adoption  html  xml  toli  xform  syntax  programming 
april 2005 by amaah

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