Jeremy Allaire points to a nifty concept demo:
This simple example application demonstrates the direction we're headed with social computing based on real-time applications. It's built with Flash MX and the Flash Communication Server , which provide an interesting platform to explore real-time communications and collaboration applications. [ Jeremy Allaire's Radio ]
I've got a window parked in the corner of my screen, where I'm sometimes tinkering with this evolving diagram, and mostly watching other ghostly hands tinker with it. It's eerie, fascinating, and thought-provoking. In a recent column over at the O'Reilly Network, I explored the messaging and persistence architecture that enables this style of application.
Former URL: http://weblog.infoworld.com/udell/2002/09/12.html#a410