May 20th, 2008

Silicon Florist’s links arrangement for May 20


IBM Lotus Connections Evangelist now works at Jive

Gia Lyons shares “My passion is to help people figure out how to work better with each other, to do better things together. And it’s not just about giving them the right tools. It’s about showing them how to change their culture so that they can become the truly collaborative and innovative organization they want to be. But, to do this, you need to start with great tools, or folks will never use more than the email or the phone.”

db clay Version 3.1

Mr. Diggles writes “db clay has officially switched over to the rails platform which is why this was a big launch for us. we still have a long way to go with the back-end stuff but holy hell our new system is slick.”

Ruthless Simplicity

Raymond Brigleb writes “Much has been made about Steve Jobs’ return to Apple, about ten years ago now, and how he turned the company around. Basically, a big part of his strategy for getting Apple back on track was drastically reducing the number and variety of computers they sold. While I am quite familiar with the story, I’ve never seen it illustrated as well as in the Timeline of Macintosh models on Wikipedia.”

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