The 'new' category of Knowledge Management/Knowledge Propagation is
basically Push by a new name, designed for finding/sending corporate data
to those who need it...
At 12:47 PM 5/31/99 -0700, tom wrote:
>> Conclusions? The push wars were a great big nothing; mailing lists were
>> the winner before the push wars, and mailing lists are still the winner
>> after the push wars. My other conclusion is that all the big players
>> know this, and probably knew it all along.
>They All know a good HYPE marketing "push" when they see one. I mean look,
>here you are still thinking about years after it was foisted on a hype
>Portals, weblogs, Push, client server, RAD, VR,.....all in a long line of
>proud hype inflated if not hypetotal moves to keep you, the consumer public,
>thinking in terms of brand names.
>Meanwhile, back on the ranch, email ftp telnet and that lovable Port 80
>whackiness still keep serving...
>"meet the new boss
>same as teh old boss...
>I get on my knees and pray
>we dont get fooled again