May 13, 2003
Ray Ozzie on Social Software

Ray Ozzie, the brains behind Groove Networks, has an interesting perspective on the history behind the growing “social software” movement, including a new concept that I found more than a little cool: software removing the friction between minds to such a degree that it becomes possible to have what he calls “superconductive relationships”.

Posted by Jason Lefkowitz at May 13, 2003
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