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  1. Last 7 days
    1. Zoom is launching Zapps, where apps developers can build within the video conferencing experience, and a new event marketplace called OnZoom aimed at a wide range of content creators with monetization for ticket sales.

      ||ArvinKamberi|| ||Jovan|| Have we been testing this? It is addressing the various integration issues that we've talked about earlier.

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  2. Oct 2020
    1. 6 Microsoft teams features Zoom doesn't have.

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  3. Sep 2020
    1. “Britain breaks with past to approve virtual parliament plan using Zoom,” Zoom founder and CEO Eric S. Yuan commented on Twitter.

      same comment for Cisco

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  4. Aug 2020
    1. A single California-based company, Zoom, is now the foundation for education access from elementary school up through graduate school. It has also become a critical tool for many businesses.

      Is Zoom actually becoming perceived as critical (internet) resource?

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  5. Jun 2020
    1. On June 17th, for instance, Zoom said it was introducing end-to-end encryption for all users.

      ||ArvinKamberi|| Can we follow-up on it? Is it introduced?

    2. Daily participants ballooned from 10m in December to 300m in April; profits soared alongside.

      Do we have any statistics in the use of online meetings platforms?

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    1. such as those with autism who can become overwhelmed by multiple people talking.

      we should include this in 'disabilities' aspet of online meetings

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    2. Humans communicate even when they’re quiet. During an in-person conversation, the brain focuses partly on the words being spoken, but it also derives additional meaning from dozens of non-verbal cues, such as whether someone is facing you or slightly turned away, if they’re fidgeting while you talk, or if they inhale quickly in preparation to interrupt.

      We communicate even when we are quiet.

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    1. Researchers at Stanford found that people who multitask can’t remember things as well as their more singularly focused peers.

      Avoid multitasking

    2. This is because having to engage in a “constant gaze” makes us uncomfortable — and tired. In person, we are able to use our peripheral vision to glance out the window or look at others in the room. On a video call, because we are all sitting in different homes, if we turn to look out the window, we worry it might seem like we’re not paying attention. Not to mention, most of us are also staring at a small window of ourselves, making us hyper-aware of every wrinkle, expression, and how it might be interpreted. Without the visual breaks we need to refocus, our brains grow fatigued.

      Explains 'Zoom fatigue' via tiredness of 'constant gaze' into camera without the visual breaks.

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