Dan Morrill works in Interactive Media and Cloud delivery systems for Comics Forge as the COO. He has been blogging since 2003 covering different emerging technologies, management and information security. Dan works as a founding member of a number of startups, including Startup Academy International and Dead Tree Comics. His interests are in intellectual property protection, piracy, and information security as it applies to cloud computing. He also has a deep interest in media, mobile computing, and education.. His personal blog is here,  his other pro-blog is here .

3 responses to “Gist Opens to Public Beta Today”

  1. Addressbook As A Platform, The Way A Contact Manager Should Be | CloudAve

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    attempted to solve the problem. Though they have done a great job in
    bringing together all the information together, I have a feeling that
    it is adding to the information overload rather than help tackling it.
    Based on my basic understanding of the app, I think it takes all
    contacts from all the social networks and mashes up to offer
    information about each of them. I really don’t want something like
    that. It loads me up with information about people whom I might follow
    on Twitter or Facebook for various reasons but don’t want to be part of
    my contact manager. It is a clear case of information overload as far
    as I am concerned. What I actually want is more information about
    people I care, taken from these social networking sites. [..]

  2. Enterprise 2.0 Blog » Blog Archive » Integrating Google Wave into the Enterprise

    [..] And lastly Andy Fox, Vice President Engineering from Novell showed their integration using the Wave federation protocol – Pulse. Pulse aggregates multi channel communication as well as a list of relevant contacts – it’s effectively a social CRM/communication offering. It brought to mindGist’s offering and, while it helps aggregate lots of data, it does little to ease the burden of the firehose of information. The addition it does bring is the enablement of visibility in real time – but it does raise some question as to the value of asynchronous vs synchronous communications. [..]

  3. Integrating Google Wave into the Enterprise | CloudAve

    [..] And lastly Andy Fox, Vice President Engineering from Novell showed their integration using the Wave federation protocol – Pulse. Pulse aggregates multi channel communication as well as a list of relevant contacts – it’s effectively a social CRM/communication offering. It brought to mindGist’s offering and, while it helps aggregate lots of data, it does little to ease the burden of the firehose of information. The addition it does bring is the enablement of visibility in real time – but it does raise some question as to the value of asynchronous vs synchronous communications. [..]