Story in The Globe and Mail today (http://www.globetechnology.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20040315.gtonfolio0315/BNStory/Technology/) on a just announced product named Onfolio, a content aggregation application that runs inside of Internet Explorer. And who is Onfolio’s founder? None other than J. J. Allaire, creator of ColdFusion. Product details at http://www.onfolio.com/.

5 thoughts

  1. Ben, I noticed that Adam Berry is there as well (as president). I wonder how many other ex-Allaire/MM employees they have.

  2. Nice to see these guys resurface. It looks like a nice product, but not an original creation. Netsnippets has been around for a few years doing this exact thing and offers the same, if not a few more features and lacks the reliance on .Net.
    Despite this, Onfolio is a good v1 release.

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