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  • Deleteguestbd6f99> Thank you for your comments. I am aware that email was around long before 1990. But for most of that time it was the preserve of nerds, academics & hobbyists. This slideshow is concerned with the popular uptake of email - hence the reference to AOL & Compuserve. Email history is not the main focus of this presentation.



    'e-mail software needs to be understood as a database application' - Cryptic. Care to expand, my geeky guest?
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  • Your presentation sends a clear message and I like the way you get it across. Great stuff!
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  • 1. Peak Email {A Fairy Story}
  • 2. 1. Communication
  • 3. In the early 90s, there was E-mail. A few people used it and it was good. E-mail
  • 4. In the early 90s, there was E-mail. A few people used it and it was good. First you needed to work for an institution (such as a university) to get an email account. Then you could get one on AOL or Compuserve. Then came Hotmail. E-mail
  • 5. In the early 90s, there was E-mail. A few people used it and it was good. First you needed to work for an institution (such as a university) to get an email account. Then you could get one on AOL or Compuserve. Then came Hotmail. But just because you can use email doesn’t mean that you should. E-mail
  • 6. If E-mail is e- mail then instant messaging is e- whispering . Instant Messaging E-mail
  • 7. If E-mail is e- mail then instant messaging is e- whispering . Or e- passingnotesatthebackofthe class. Instant Messaging E-mail
  • 8. It took about 10 years for instant messaging to get inside organisations. If E-mail is e- mail then instant messaging is e- whispering . Or e- passingnotesatthebackofthe class. Instant Messaging E-mail
  • 9. If E-mail is e- mail then blogs are e- ranting . With the right of reply. E-mail Blog
  • 10. If E-mail is e- mail then Twitter is e- rantingatthebackoftheclasswiththerightofreply . E-mail
  • 11. Open Closed Heavy Lite Instant Messaging E-mail Blog
  • 12. Open Closed
    • Leaves a record
    • Works with a small # of
    • conversation participants
    • Good for paragraphs
    • / argument
    • Leaves a record
    • Driven by voice of blogger
    • Interaction thru comments
    • & with other blogs
    • Conversational
    • Immediate
    • Works with a small # of
    • conversation participants
    Heavy Lite
    • Conversational
    • Immediate
    • Driven by voice of writer
    • Interaction with other
    • writers
    Instant Messaging E-mail Twitter Blog
  • 13. 2. Collaboration
  • 14. To E-mail we added Word (& Excel & Powerpoint). E-mail
  • 15. To E-mail we added Word (& Excel & Powerpoint). And we turned on “Track Changes”. E-mail
  • 16. To E-mail we added Word (& Excel & Powerpoint). And we turned on “Track Changes”. E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail
  • 17. To E-mail we added Word (& Excel & Powerpoint). And we turned on “Track Changes”. Oh dear. E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail E-mail
  • 18. And some of these documents we put on intranets & internets. But we couldn’t edit them there. Until… E-mail HTML
  • 19. Open Closed Receiver Read-only Receiver Read & Write E-mail Wikis HTML
  • 20. Open Closed Receiver Read-only Receiver Read & Write
    • Presents formatting & attachments
    • Often cannot be edited by readers
    • Presentation formatting & attachments is unreliable
    • Readers can respond but not edit original
    • Presents formatting & attachments
    • Readers can edit documents
    • Editing co-ordinated
    • Presents formatting
    • Readers can edit documents
    • Editing unco-ordinated
    Word E-mail Wikis HTML
  • 21. 3. Notification
  • 22. E-mail has been a tool for receiving updates for some time. E-mail
  • 23. E-mail has been a tool for receiving updates for some time. Along with everything else it does. E-mail
  • 24. RSS can offer a dedicated channel for updates from websites, blogs & wikis. RSS E-mail
  • 25. RSS E-mail
  • 26.
    • A mix of one-way and two-way communication
    • Can be hard to locate content from a specific source
    • Dedicated one-way channel for content updates
    • Easy to locate content from a specific source
    RSS E-mail
  • 27. To Conclude
  • 28. E-mail Instant Messaging Wikis Twitter HTML Blogs RSS
  • 29. E-mail: It’s not bad. It just needs to know its place.

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