Mozilla's Raindrop - The Calm Before The Storm?

Calling all web professionals! Mozilla wants your world-class thinking, for free of course. But seriously Mozilla Labs just released a prototype application that might have some real merit – sorting your digital communications. View the clip below, and while a bit low-tech in the Prezi, Keynote and PowerPoint ridden world, it does take you through the basics of what their attempting to create. As outlined it does make a case for the need to sort and refine all our communications outlets, such as email and Twitter.


Raindrop UX Design and Demo from Mozilla Messaging on Vimeo.

"Get Involved

Mozilla Labs is a virtual lab where people come together online to create, experiment and play with Web innovations for the public benefit. The Raindrop exploration is still in its infancy and just getting started.

All of the source code underlying the Raindrop exploration & prototype is being released as open source software under the the MPL.

There are many ways to join the team and get involved:

We’ll also be using the #raindrop hashtag on twitter.  Our community page has more details about these and other ways to connect.

– Andy Chung, Bryan Clark, Dan Mosedale, David Ascher, Mark Hammond, and James Burke on behalf of the Raindrop development team"