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May 27, 2006


Tegan - I'm more than happy to give PageFlakes a try - just registered as a matter of fact. You have my email so feel free to shoot me an email and we can chat - i will also post something here about it as well.

Coleman - I do like the aspect of protopage that allows you to do the whole customizing thing - although there are still a few bugs there. I do like the clean lines of netvibes but after a quick look at pageflakes, I think they have some cool stuff going on as well.


Use Protopage.com myself mostly because it’s unique & not a clone of anything similar on web2.A start page accessible from anywhere which doubles as your web site that looks, thinks, and talks like you! Never are two PROTOPAGES ever the same.
Use it in collaborative projects because its the only FREE site where all six of us can work together without sitting in the same room or wasting time on video conferencing discussing goals, making notes and then rechecking and comparing results. Every move each one of us makes is monitored instantly and modified in real time as it progresses, there slap-bang before our eyes. Like watching a plant grow with a time lapse camera. Ajax used properly has made this possible. When it’s done. It’s done!

I read your comments on web 2.0. I found it really interesrting . I was wondering if you have visited Pageflakes (http://www.pageflakes.com) already? We are offering a similar service allowing you to read news feeds and setting up multiple pages that can be customized with local weather, address book, todo lists, event finders, TV guides and page sharing. I was wondering if you would give us a some feedback let us know what you liked or didn't like. Any comments would be greatly appreciated.

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Quoth she/he...

  • "The hallmark of revolution is that the goals of the revolutionaries cannot be contained by the institutional structure of the society they live in. As a result, either the revolutionaries are put down, or some of those institutions are transmogrified, replaced, or simply destroyed. We are plainly witnessing a restructuring of the music and newspaper businesses, but their suffering isn’t unique, it’s prophetic." --Clay Shirky

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