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For those teams with international partners, how is the application used in their countries? Are there unique features of the application that may be more relevant to those outside of the US?

Writers:  Bao Yun, Lu Yong, Zhang Dinyan (International Partners)

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  1.,A brainstorming web tool, we can create our own mind maps online, save them, share them with friends, and even embed them on our own blog, in projects and elsewhere online. I think It is a new idea. But it is not popular in China.


    If people want to brainstrom, they'll prefer to discuss face to face, and they think it's more efficient. Or they will choose MSN for live conference.they'd like to share minds or new ideas with others face to face, but not by virtual network.;

    If they want to share their inspairation or thoughts about something, they would like to post a journal on webs such as QQSpace(QQ is a live chat tool), xiaonei (it is a newly build website in about 2005, it only belongs to university students and develops rapidly, a little like Facebook. www.xiaonei.xom), zhanzuo(just like Xiaonei).

    (I will add later...)

  2. I search via the searching engine, there are some introduction and recommendation about[1-4], but it seems that it is not popular in China, at least, in the universities in China. My friends spend a lot of time on line and they are good at online community. But they don't know, even Facebook. people who have used it praised for its lovely interface and novel function. I think it should be hot in Campus.It is the time depends!


  3. Unknown User (kkingsee)

    Thanks Bao for the great information!