On 06/06/2012 09:47 AM, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:
2012/6/6 webmaster-Kracked_P_P<email@example.com>On 06/06/2012 08:47 AM, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:2012/6/6 webmaster-Kracked_P_P<firstname.lastname@example.org<email@example.com> There is an article about mobile and cloud computing with a note aboutwhat TDF is doing. I am wondering that the prototype that the article is talking about. I wonder who the article got this info from, since there was no name listed. IBM: Don HarbisonTDF: Michael Meeks Both names are written in the article :-) As for the prototype, don't tell me you missed it, we put it everywhere, it's on youtube, there are several private or public testing VMs... Best, Charles. Must be my eyes for not seeing the names.As for "on youtube", well I rarely are on the social networks. I go to youtube rarely, but for some specific things - like the "Piano Guys" music. OK, I just went to the LO youtube channel and clicked on the subscribe button. Though what "subscribe" will give me, I do not know. Since there are "1001" videos stated, I wonder how many people might have missed it like I did even if they were "subscribed" to LO youtube channel?It was tweeted and retweeted several times : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVR7HqDokmA Best, Charles.
I do not Tweet either, sorry. Actually the last few time I tried Tweet for a different project's "site", Tweet kept freezing or giving me a "too busy" type of error.
I know people who cannot live without Facebook, Tweet, youtube, and others. BUT, I am not one of them.
I nearly missed my highschool reunion since the people looked for me on the social networks. Since they could not find me, they thought I was dead. They did not even think about Googling me, or sending me an email from the address I gave then at the last reunion, or tried my phone number, etc., etc.. I had to be dead, in their minds, since I was not on the social media sites. I just am not into it. I deal with too much stuff off those sites and most times I do not have any free time on my computer to deal with such things.
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