Friday, October 23, 2009

Mozilla puts toe in water with Raindrop

Tech news and useful technology
Mozilla's launch of Raindrop put it at only V.01, so this alternative to, and development from, email has a long way to go. But it looks interesting.

From the site:

"What does a conversation on today’s web look like? Email used to house the bulk of the conversations that took place on the internet, but that’s no longer the case today. In today’s world people use a combination of Twitter, IM, Skype, Facebook, Google Docs, Email, etc. to communicate. For many of us this means that we have to keep an eye on an ever-growing number of places we might get new messages. As a result, we never know that we’ve actually processed all the important messages, because our email has been by noise which obscures the real messages from real people."

Mozilla Raindrop: Is the Intelligent Inbox Coming?

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