True colors

This has been a very strange week in many aspects. On the one hand there was this Lotus community call with the very provocative title “Is the Lotus Brand Going Away?” and on the other hand I had a very important personal engagement that absorbed about all of […]

Could I offer you; another social network?

I’ll admit it, I’m really curious to see what the Google+ project is all about! No, I don’t have an invitation and judging on this post I probably will have to wait a while before I get one. But when I do I will certainly give it a […]

Help anyone?!?

Ok after yesterdays Google ‘Feedback’ button I had another great chuckle today. Tried clicking the ‘Help’ button in the Quickr Migrator tool for DDM and got the following memorable response… 🙂

Feedback? You bet!

With Google heading in a new and possible exiting direction with its Google+ project and their new Me on the Web tool I was checking out some of the new features and stumbled upon the Google Profile. Not something I had ever seen before (even though it supposedly […]

Worldwide use of Social Networking

Interesting visualization of Social Network penetration world wide by Global Web Index. The Netherlands scores average when it comes to content sharing & messaging but considerable less when it comes to joining/creating groups. Not something I would have expected! Most notable though I find are the figures for […]

Social filesharing in MS Sharepoint vs IBM Connections

 A must for anyone thinking about implementing collaboration and/or document management!

IBM Champions

Most people reading this might already have heard it but earlier this week Ed Brill announced the 2011 IBM Champions list and much  to my surprise my name is on it. Knowing the names on that list I can only feel very humble to be in their presence. […]

Twitter DM's not private…. Weiner watch out!

Applications can use the Twitter API  to get you to grant them access to your twitter account without having to share your username and password. You would expect your DM’s to be excluded though by default from the information (eg. Tweets, Favs, Lists, etc) that applications can than […]

VMWare's Mother's day offer

Did you get it? No? Well than you missed something. Two weeks ago I received two messages in the mail from VMWare with a Mother’s day offer: The first one addressed me, telling me how VMWare would save me time that I could than spent on finding my […]

Drijg briev!

Ok, sometimes you just need to not take yourself too serious. Especially when it comes to thinking about your life and career. On moments like that I can always trust on my Mum. She has saved every little scrap of paper I ever produced and among those are […]