Blogging Events in Real Time
One of the powerful aspects of this tool is the ability to report events in something very close to real time. I could have blogged this morning's Lower School chess tournament, for example, providing updates and commentary to parents, grandparents, or anyone else who might be interested. I didn't do it because the demand wasn't there, but the model is clear. This seems like something that businesses will find useful--not for chess tourneys, but for leveraging one person's attendance at, say, industry events and conferences. Let the whole company know what's going on, and get email feedback too. Obviously great for journalism. Very cool. Elijah came in second, by the way.