One Text Negotiations and Collaboration Platform in Sri Lanka

A video demonstration of the One Text negotiations and collaboration platform designed and developed by InfoShare (www.info-share.org) using Groove Virtual Office 3.0. I was a lead designer of this suite of tools.

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    […] easy to talk about failure. Whenever I mention the groundbreaking technology adaptation behind the OneText initiative I helped design in Sri Lanka to support the peace process, I also noted that the peace process was a dismal failure and resulted in even more brutal war. […]

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    […] From even before my Masters thesis in 2004 and related research based on my technical input around a real world high-level conflict negotiations process, I submitted that ICTs would invariably change the praxis and theories of conflict mitigation and […]

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