Episode 18, recorded Friday 17th September 2010, discussing IBM Project Northstar, IBM Customer Experience Suite, a ‘bad week for the opposition’, a ‘world without email’ and more…


Stuart McIntyre (blog | twitter | company)  & Darren Duke (blog | twitter | company)


Bilal Jaffery (blog | twitter) is Worldwide Digital and Competitive Marketing Leader at IBM working on earning influence, not just broadcasting on the web.
Jon Mell
(blog | twitter) is Head of Consulting at Headshift, a social software consultancy based in London.
Luis Suarez
(blog | twitter) is a Social Computing Evangelist at IBM living “A World Without Email”in Gran Canaria


IBM Project Northstar / Customer Experience Suite 

Bad week for “the competition” 

  • GMail privacy issues
  • Exchange vulnerability
  • Also BPOS outages
  • Will this make any difference?
  • Do outages/vulnerabilities really cause change?
  • Should IBM be promoting as competitive advantage?

iNotes vulnerability 

A World without Email 

NLLUG wrap-up


Stuart: Two iPad apps – GoodReader (for transfering/storing/viewing PDFs) and Slide-by-slide (SlideShare presentation search and viewing)

Darren: THE Ed Brill and Art Fontaine are presenting at LUGNUT on Sept 23 @ 2:30PM CST at the Nashville, TN IBM Office. See http://www.simplified-tech.com/Events for more details and to register

Luis: Daily and Weekly iPad application recommendations. http://elsua.net/tag/elsuapps

Jon: Lotus Connections – refine free text search with tagging.

Bilal: Lotus Developer Summit:

The Lotus developer summit: A premier technical workshop
IBM Lotus is offering this technical workshop to help developers like you take advantage of the latest app development technologies. It will provide access to a range of developer focused materials such as technical presentations on our offerings and strategy, lab material with step-by-step tutorials and example code and projects that help fast track a first time developer.

Our experts will share some new tips and techniques for building collaborative Web applications. You can learn about the latest application developer advancements that will help extend your skills and expertise associated to designing and deploying world-class applications. This workshop is offered in two formats—classroom and virtual.

As of right now, we have 17 worldwide locations reserved. More are in the works..Dubai should be confirmed within the next 48 hours.

XPages and how it provides new advantages for your applications

Composite applications and how they run in the Lotus Notes client

How to extend the Eclipse RCP based Lotus Notes client using plugins

How to build a Lotus Domino Web application using Lotus Domino Designer 8.5.1

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