Soothing LotusFear

 
 
By Steve Gillmor  |  Posted 2004-01-27 Email Print this article Print
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I couldn't make it to Lotusphere (for the 5th straight time) but now I'm sitting here watching the opening keynote address. You have to register to view the we

I couldnt make it to Lotusphere (for the 5th straight time) but now Im sitting here watching the opening keynote address. You have to register to view the webcast. The bad news: The Windows Media Player stream is tiny and unresizable on my Mac. The good news: You can download the slides here.

Update: On the Tablet PC, the video is bigger but still not resizable; slides are synched. Warning: the first 15 minutes are an entertaining Shakespearean monologue by Patrick (make it so) Stewart that contains absolutely no discernable relationship to the enterprise development focus of the conference. To be or not to be, that certainly is the question for Lotus 2004.


 
 
 
 
Steve Gillmor is editor of eWEEK.com's Messaging & Collaboration Center. As a principal reviewer at Byte magazine, Gillmor covered areas including Visual Basic, NT open systems, Lotus Notes and other collaborative software systems. After stints as a contributing editor at InformationWeek Labs, editor in chief at Enterprise Development Magazine, editor in chief and editorial director at XML and Java Pro Magazines, he joined InfoWorld as test center director and columnist.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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