[Design] RE: Will Chandler be the PIM/Knowledge Management tool
gyuen at mac.com
Thu Jan 8 08:30:38 PST 2004
Looks like a problem then. But Scopeware is goin places. There are many
in the game of interfaces and knowledge management. Who'll win? Maybe
it's not question of winning. Who will be the scientists among us that
help the field?
Mitch and Andy are, of course. We've seen it. We're seeing it again.
And everyone at OSA. And David Gelenter of Scopeware. I haven't yet
read his book Mirror Worlds. but of what I know about it, I know it is
of great importance.
Computers working well is more than just user experience. The future of
the world depends on it.
Am Jan 8, 2004 um 7:20 AM schrieb patrickdlogan at stardecisions.com:
>> Given your needs/requirements and scanning the list of stuff you've
>> have you looked into giving Scopeware a 15-day free trial?
>> This is David Gelernter's commercial attempt...
> Here's a lesson for Chandler.
> I did try Scopeware. There was an error encountered when it was
> indexing my Outlook inboxes. (Sorry, *have* to use Outlook at work.)
> I don't give too many second chances to indexing systems that fail.
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