Saturday, October 06, 2007


We've a lot of activity going on for the moment. There is a team talking about bioreactors and another team figuring out how to solve global biotechnology and microbiology issues with the help of Web 2.0 applications.

Or to be more precise, we need tools that enable people from very different backgrounds to come in and participate. We have tested some very simple tools and found out the importance of KISS (keep it simple stupid, which is bad way to say it).

Multilevel interaction and interactivity is important. Lot's of people might think that Twitter, Jaiku and blogs and rich media aren't the tools. I'd like to say, they are wrong. Global collaboration and co-creation requires that people from various parts of the world are able to participate and give their insights, inputs, knowledge and ideas.

We're working with complex issues and demanding tasks. The solutions can be accomplished only through global collaboration.

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