"Work is broken—or at least, that’s what Silicon Valley seems to think.To Kill Office E-Mail, Slack Needs to Learn How Non-Geeks Work - Businessweek
The startup Slack, which has developed a type of anti-e-mail system, just raised $43 million in funding at a valuation of $220 million from investors that include Social+Capital Partnership, Accel Partners, and Andreessen Horowitz. It’s not the first New Work startup to raise a bunch of money, and it’s not going to be the last. The death of e-mail appears to be the technology industry’s growing obsession."
Tuesday, April 29, 2014
To Kill Office E-Mail, Slack Needs to Learn How Non-Geeks Work - Businessweek
Another take on activity streams; business model tbd (currently "free to use for as long as you want and with an unlimited number of people")