Get collaborative with Chandler

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While it was earlier hyped by some in the press as an “Outlook killer” (probably due to Mitch Kapor’s statements — he funded this open source project) Chandler has evolved to be a new collaborative tool aimed at small groups of people who want to work together. We visited Mimi Yin, project designer, and Katie Capps Parlante, general manager, to find out what the state of Chandler is and get a look at how it’s going to change how people work together.

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4 Responses to “Get collaborative with Chandler”

  1. Collaborative Chandler revealed « Scobleizer Says:

    […] A few days ago I got my chance when I was invited over to meet Mimi Yin, project designer, and Katie Capps Parlante, general manager to get a look. They explained to me that Chandler is aimed at small groups who want to work together in a way that email doesn’t afford. […]

  2. Skype Cracks » Collaborative Chandler revealed Says:

    […] A few days ago I got my chance when I was invited over to meet Mimi Yin, project designer, and Katie Capps Parlante, general manager to get a look. They explained to me that Chandler is aimed at small groups who want to work together in a way that email doesn’t afford. […]

  3. Ali Bolourian Says:

    I find your podcasts very interesting. However what bothers me is the sound quality. Can’t you just use some good microphones to capture good sound? If you listen to your podcasts in a little bit of noisy environment, you’ll find that you have to play with the volume of iPod during your show to adjust hearing your voice and interviewee’s back and forth. So interviews: Great, Sound: Terrible!

  4. Garrett Fitzgerald Says:

    I’m currently reading Dreaming in Code, so it’s really neat to see this here. :-)

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