Google Sites follows the release of GrandCentral

Finally the old JotSpot has been released by Google. Google Sites made a big splash yesterday, and by the end of the day most bloggers were complaining about how much JotSpot had been stripped down from the original application. I’ve had a JotSpot account since the early beta days, so when I finally got around …

It looks like Google is starting to open GrandCentral for business

I’ve written in the past about GrandCentral, a web based service that aims to centralize your phone number management.  Google acquired GrandCentral last summer, and had shut off new user sign up.  Well, if you were waiting for an invitation, Google is now ready to give you access (from the Google Operating System blog): If …

Blog update: Comments may be broken

I’ve been so busy of late, that I haven’t upgraded WordPress…it looks like commenting is broken on the blog. Sorry for those who were trying comment. If are looking to get an invite to Grand Central, please email me directly. I’ll upgrade the site this week, and make sure comments get back on track. Update: …

Grand Central invitations available

Although Google has acquired Grand Central, it looks like they are still allowing existing users to invite a few people into the beta site. So, if you are interested, please leave a comment, and I’ll send out an invitation. I’m not sure how many I have, so I’ll update this post when I run out. …

GrandCentral now a Google company

GrandCentral is one of those services that needed a big partner organization to take off. Well, they are now a part of Google; hopefully they don’t fall into the same void that JotSpot has disappeared into. GrandCentral is a voice routing application that many have been trying to perfect for a long time. The idea …