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Zer Netmouse
May 5th, 2005
10:42 am


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I'm going through my CHI notes - one thing mentioned there by Randy Pausch is Messyboard - http://www.messyboard.com/ - it's a networked white board style collaboration tool. And it's free. check it out.

you can go to a messyboard I just created by going to http://www.messyboard.org/Netmouse

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Date:May 5th, 2005 08:16 am (UTC)
You might want to point out that the text people will be clicking through isn't your everyday legalese EULA, but consent to participate in an experiment that some folks would find pretty intrusive.

(unless, of course, you like messing with people who don't read things before agreeing to them...)
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Date:May 5th, 2005 08:22 am (UTC)
That's true - in order to have the roll-back feature that messyboard has (use the scrolling thingy at the bottom) they save everything posted. also there's no real authentication and the only privacy of this messyboard is obscurity - anyone on the web can see what you post, if they guess or think to come to the board. on the other hand, you can do it all completely anonymously except as far as the researchers themselves are concerned (I think they track you by IP address).

But yes, it is part of a research study.
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