Everyone's busy with SharePoint this week. (Unless you're on vacation or holiday, and then you shouldn't be reading this.) Now back to SharePoint....Here are some interesting links I found today while roaming the Internet.
Yammer Co-Founder Discusses Life with MS SharePoint
Just because Microsoft's Yammer strategy still slightly puzzles me doesn't mean I don't like Yammer. I've spoken to its cofounder Adam Pisoni twice, and each time I had the refreshing feeling I was talking to a human being, rather than a corporate robot "on-message." David F. Carr's article captures that nicely.
History--Before SharePoint 2013
In the tech world, we're always looking forward rather than back. So this graphic of SharePoint's roots is a nice reminder of how far we've come.
Test lab guides for SharePoint Server 2013
I watch SharePoint videos for tasks I'll never be called upon to do. Probably because I wasn't allowed to watch much TV as a kid (Gilligan's Island, Brady Bunch, and Star Trek were it). These Test Lab Guides include video overviews, which though a little dry, are helpful, like "Test Lab Guide: Configure intranet and team sites for SharePoint Server 2013."
SharePoint Intranet Examples Resource
I saw Richard Harbridge speak at SPTechCon and enjoyed his sessions greatly. Here he's gathered SharePoint intranet examples and other resources in a crisp, clean interface that's not annoying like some blogs and sites.