Our sixth episode, recorded on Thursday (1 July 2010).  A round-table conversation about the latest Lotus and tech news.


Stuart McIntyre and Darren Duke.


Andrew Frayling
Ray Davies
James Cadwell

This podcast is 69MB and runs for 75 minutes at 128kps. Enjoy!

* Please note that all views expressed are the participants’ own and do not necessarily represent those of their employer(s).


Interesting week for cellphones/mobiles

More social media ideas from the Lotus community

“Today we sold…” meme

The confusion around licensing and anonymous access

Multi-faceted Social software

  • How can Lotus Connections be extended to support multiple communities?


Darren: Hybrid hard drive – get one! Darren has tested the performance of the latest Seagate hybrid drive.
Andrew: drop.io – Simple real-time sharing, collaboration, and more.
James: Notes client management, compared Panagenda MarvelClient and Installpump – Marvel chosen
Ray: 1) Your freedom was launched in the UK last week. A web / blog site that allows you to vote to repeal silly laws in the UK.  It has already seen thousands of posts and ideas.

2) Our Domino 8.5.1 FP2 AMI image is now live and can be used by any Amazon Account holder.
Stuart: Moo cards – addition of ability to add graphics on back of card as well as front, 10% promo on the site.

3 comments on “6: Stop that tweeting!

  1. How presumptuous to attribute me with the creation of the AppStore video. I did not. Not my language, not my conduct. Link


    • Sorry Stephan, if you feel we accused you. That was not the intention at all. To be fair though, your post neither claimed responsibility nor denied it, nor suggested how you had come across it…

      It did cross my mind it wasn’t in the spirit of the IBM social media policy 😉

      Once again, apologies…

      • Stephan, this is what I said:

        “I must find out who created the video… I’m assuming it was Stephan as he doesn’t tell us it was anybody else”.

        Once again, our apologies for any issues this has caused, but I did try to ensure we were leaving the attribution of the video open.

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