A group of Adobe employees have teamed up for the third year running to make a live tracking dashboard for the Amgen Tour of California, which starts Saturday right in their backyard in Sacramento.
This really impressive, it brings in feeds from multiple sources, mashes up fan commentary, maps, profiles and rider information. Very neat indeed. Thanks Adobe, now if you could just do the same for ERP…
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The last sentence is the best – why can we get all the great UIs for (comparativly) irrelevant stuff, but nobody bothers to do that for ERP users, which could boost productivity soooo much…?
This is so important that I started a petition to get the Tour De France organizers to use the same technology. If you are a cyclist, please take the 2 minutes to sign this petition so we can all watch the tour from our computers at work:
Yes, it’s brilliantly done.
Next year they will hopefully splash out for some commentators (poor Frankie)
C-Span had a great online service during the US election campain. They were displaying the candidate debates live with feeds coming from blogs and twitter.
Now if you want to have a dashboard that displays info from an ERP, you might want to look at what the PersonAll guys do with personal pages: http://www.personall.fr/en
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