Early this morning the Buzzword team successfully migrated to a new hosting service. Although we hope and expect that the migration was invisible to all Buzzword users, you might have noticed a few changes.
First, we’ve moved to SSL (Secure Sockets Layer), a more secure protocol for communicating between your computer and our server. The only visible sign of this change is that our web address now begins with https, instead of plain old http.
We heard about a Buzzword user recently who happily created a document on-line and after getting through the first draft, he promptly exported the document to a Word file and sent it to his collaborators as an email attachment.
Thank you for trying out our Adobe Share beta service. We are committed to building products and technologies that will make people work better together. From time to time, we conduct live interviews to better understand your workflows and needs. We are currently recruiting for such research and we would greatly appreciate your participation!
Here are the details:
- Where: Adobe’s San Francisco office for local participants or via phone/internet for remote participants
- Duration: 1.5 hours
- Format: 1:1 interviews with our researcher
- If selected to participate, you will receive a $100 gift certificate for Amazon as a token of our appreciation.
If you are interested in participating, please click this link and fill out our screener: http://www.adobe.com/go/hsscreener.
If you are selected, we will contact you by phone or email.
Thank you for your interest!
Adobe User Research
Thanks to several people for jumping into the “Buzzword Mavens” discussion on the Buzzword forum! There were some great ideas, which will be summarized below. But more important was the reminder that having a place like the public Buzzword forum is a great way to carry on the two-way conversations that we need to help move Buzzword forward.