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Cc: me on any email and I'll organize your message and its contents - photos, addresses, documents, links - and create a mailspace where everyone can track replies, view and add content.
Group email tool
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Cc: me on any email and I'll organize your message and its contents - photos, addresses, documents, links - and create a mailspace where everyone can track replies, view and add content Features Threaded discussion view tracks and sorts every reply Photos are automatically gathered into an album with thumbnail and slideshow views Dates are turned into downloadable calendar events Maps are created for any addresses Linked or attached videos and music are playable right from the mailspace Documents and links are organized and easily viewable, downloadable
A mailspace is a web page created, and constantly updated, along-side your email conversation that makes it easier for everyone to view, follow, and discern all the messages and content in the conversation.TripChill Mobile Travel Assistant
TripChill Mobile Travel Assistant web applicaton
mobile trip assisntant, similar to tripit.com?Can Virtual Assistants Make You More Productive? An Experiment, and a TimeSvr Review — SidSavara.com
Why get one virtual assistant when you can get a team?
Virtual assistant team: I think the biggest benefits of TimeSvr versus a single assistant are 1) the quick turnaround, 2) the multiple aides working on multiple tasks at a time and 3) 24/7 access. Also, for TimeSvr specifically, the dashboard is awesome – having insight into what tasks are being done is great for people like me who have to know exactly what is going on all the time. The quality of work done, generally speaking, was better than my single virtual assistant. Will the quality hold up as the service scales? Time will tell. I was wrong about one thing: I thought this would be a more expensive option, but it turns out, depending on your needs, TimeSvr can be cheaper than a part time assistant, since it’s less than $15 a week.
“In this article, I discuss my experiences with a virtual assistant. I also review TimeSvr, a new service offering a a team of virtual assistants, and compare my single virtual assistant versus TimeSvr’s task based processing.”
heh; I didn't know there existed such a thingSiri: A Powerful Virtual Assistant For The iPhone
"A new paradigm for using the Internet is about to begin: Virtual Assistants (VA’s) are coming to a mobile device near you. This week, a stealth startup will demonstrate the first public version of their mobile virtual assistant, Siri. This may mark the beginning of the era of consumer-grade virtual assistants on the Web. Siri is focused on mobile devices – particularly the iPhone and other smart phones, it has an unusually productive interface and user experience, and it is super useful – it is something I would really use every day. As a result I would not be surprised if Siri becomes one of the top iPhone applications within a few months after their launch. (Disclosure: In the past, I worked on the DARPA-funded CALO project from which Siri sprung)."
not Web 2.0 but emerging tech
Typical use cases are booking dinner reservations, buying movie tickets, getting local information, or finding things to do in your local area.
First Look at Siri, the Product Siri is a virtual assistant that is focused on helping consumers complete tasks in their online lives, particularly in the mobile context. The version I looked at runs on the iPhone.