I had my doubts. I thought we'd peaked when it came to collaborative word processing tools.
But then I watched the 1 minute video demo for TextFlow by Nordic River (would have embedded it in this blog post, but they don't offer it as one yet - hint, hint Nordic River marketing guys). My mouth dropped upon its finish. Okay, so I'm adding "parallel word processing" into my Web 2.0 lexicon. I think that, yes, we can collaborate in a similar way with Google Docs, but the fact that there is no learning curve for those you invite to collaborate, makes this a winner. You can play with a sandbox version at their site, or try out their beta which is built upon Adobe AIR. If you've taken it for a spin, what are your thoughts? A keeper in the competitive arena of webware and all things Web 2.0?