Posts Tagged ‘Virtual Focus Groups’

5 Things That Will Become Obsolete in MR Sooner Than You Think

Posted by Greg HeistTuesday, July 9, 2013, 7:05 am 49 Comments
As someone who believes that embracing the ridiculous is an important element in innovation, I'd like to submit to you my 5 sacred cows in MR that will become obsolete quicker than you and I can imagine.
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Mingleverse: Next Level Of Skype… And Maybe A New Paradigm For Virtual Focus Groups?

Posted by Prashant HariThursday, January 13, 2011, 22:34 pm No Comments

By Prashant Hari

Skype came and it conquered. It very quickly became the “norm” as far as Online voice chatting is concerned.

So what is Mingleverse? Mingleverse offers virtual online voice chat rooms called “MingleRooms”. You can instantly invite friends …

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