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Re: Could ThirdVoice actually be useful?
Author: tim Posted: 9/28/1999; 9:29:41 AM Topic: Windows apps on Linux: the real reason Msg #: 11526 (In response to 11522) Prev/Next: 11525 / 11527
I think Pat nailed it.
I have been asking Third Voice to develop a product for commenting on, and QAing Web pages.
We have an extranet where we post all of our comps, designs, etc for client review. This could be a great tool for us. We could get feedback more quickly. It's sort of like the notes that can be attached to PDF documents but Web-based.
I would like Third Voice to add the abiliy to set permission levels by user. That way, we could comment on something internally without the client seeing the comments.
I think Third Voice could be useful in this way.
I wouldn't worry about Third Voice too much, I think the'll get sued before they can get any momentum going.
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- Re: Could ThirdVoice actually be useful?, Dave Winer, 9/28/1999; 9:47:05 AM
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