First of all, thank to everyone who has read the article so far, I’m really touched that it’s had such a positive impact on most of you. Thanks also to everyone that’s emailed me privately too.
There are some really great points made here in your comments, so I’m going to respond to them collectively where I can.
First of all, thanks for sharing such a fantastic resource. I haven’t seen that before so I’m looking forward to playing around with it on the weekend. Have you used it at all and if so, what do you think of it?
The wish-list you’ve put together certainly looks as though you’ve covered most things. What I’d love to see is a video publisher that provides very simple PIP (picture in picture) and what about a collaborative tool? Something that would allow multi layers that various people could contribute to.
One of the big expenses financially and tie wise is the process of transcribing, interpreting or translating and then pulling all of the resources together into one accessible format.
Imagine if (and there may be) there was a tool that allowed for collaboration, where users could switch on and off various layers to display the information that best suited them. We regularly see people contribute translations of articles online at the “International Liaison Group”:http://www.webstandards.org/action/ilg/WaSP.
If anyone knows of a tool that allows this, I’d love to hear about it.
Thanks Gordon, you’ve really got me thinking about that now :)