First we had e-mails. Our paper mails, artistic handwriting and other personalized communication was gone.Then we had websites. Our e-mails were reliefed and we could share information with everyone.Then we had blogs. Our websites were updated less frequently and all structured information was gone.Then we had rss feeds. Our custom look and style of blogs was gone and only raw information was left.Then we had technorati. Actually I forgot about it completely.Then we had ideajam. This was the first time we had a common place to share our ideas.Then we had planetlotus. Our rss feeds were gone and we got back our blogs, but this time all of them together.Then we had bleedyellow. Our blogs were still there, but we had also duplicate blogs, but we got also new ways of collaboration.Then we had twitter. Our collaboration tools screamed for integration into one single global place, as we have now to update information in 4 or more different places seperately.Planetlotus strikes again, and tries to keep all the places together. But it can do only so much, and it can't fix the source of the problem.I'd like to see one single place for global collaboration.I'd like to see it to running on Domino 8.0.1 on SUSE or AIX.I'd like it to have everything what all the above systems provide plus be easily expandable for future ideas.I'd like that the collaboration starts on the system level, and not only on the end user level.And actually I think it should be in IBM's own interest also to host a global server, as they have the iron. I'm sure they can hack some Blue Gene/P to run like an AIX, and I'm sure many companies and individuals would love to join for monthly fees to host their own virtual server, when they know their site is running on the best hardware in the world.And hey, collaboration could help also on the virtual server level, since not everyone needs their own virtual server, but they could be joined into communities, running on a common Domino server. Also those who prefer an own virtual server, could collaborate and share their idle time, then others, and themselves would have huge benefits from eachothers' idle times using IBM System p hypervisor technology.