office 2.0

I'm sure you're all over web 2.0 like a rash, but I've come across office 2.0 which has some appeal:

The idea is pretty simple: use a generic web browser and a set of online services to provide all the functionality needed by a computer user, removing the need for any application to be installed on the computer itself. I call it Office 2.0.

In particular I'm quite enjoying 30 Boxes and the add-ons that come with Feedburner (which you'll see if I ever send you an email). I'm intregued by the Zoho range of things and have been trying to work out how to use their Creator.

Now to find time to go through the rest of the applications… 

About Andrew Brown

I live in Lewisham, South East London, and spent 9 years as a Labour councillor in the borough between 1997 and 2006.
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