silly is as silly does;
although now I have some questions:
(1) when would one use LO on-line?
(2) if one places everything on-line, then when these satellites
falter - or fail - how would one retrieve their data?
to me, this 'only being on-line' thinking leaves me with the same
thought as when these skyscrapers - continually being built even taller -
are situated in the midst of concreted land ... what will they do if the
electricity should go off for whatever reason? - the elevators won't
operate, their 'phones won't operate, they don't have a pantry of food
staples, ... ... ... ???
From: Giovanni Caligaris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 5:15 PM
Subject: [libreoffice-l10n] LibreOffice on the cloud - Open365
To: LibreOffice-l10n <email@example.com>
Has anyone seen this?
Looks pretty cool, it has all the LO features.
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