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Shine on you crazy Dimon

I really like Paul Kedrosky’s Infectious Greed blog and, in a blaze of creative psychedelic, 1970s Floydism, he came up with this ode to Jamie:   Remember when you came from Banc One, you shone like the sun. Shine on  you crazy Dimon. Now there’s …

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Microsoft: Throw Vista Away

Following on from my comments on Vista, this one is not my comment … but Infoworld’s.  This was followed by this blog and it’s worth reading the over 100 comments that follow that.  Funnily enough, I’m now seeing 2-3 articles a day with similar sentiments. …

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Microsoft: Throw Vista Away

Following on from my comments on Vista, this one is not my comment … but Infoworld’s.  This was followed by this blog and it’s worth reading the over 100 comments that follow that.  Funnily enough, I’m now seeing 2-3 articles a day with similar sentiments. …

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Microsoft: Throw Vista Away

Following on from my comments on Vista, this one is not my comment … but Infoworld’s.  This was followed by this blog and it’s worth reading the over 100 comments that follow that.  Funnily enough, I’m now seeing 2-3 articles a day with similar sentiments. …

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Xobni for your inbox

I’ve been trying to get into Xobni’s (inbox backwards) plugin for Outlook for a few weeks, but they’re blocking me out as they’ve been overloaded with demand even though the product is only in Beta test mode.  This is because Bill Gates referred to them …

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Xobni for your inbox

I’ve been trying to get into Xobni’s (inbox backwards) plugin for Outlook for a few weeks, but they’re blocking me out as they’ve been overloaded with demand even though the product is only in Beta test mode.  This is because Bill Gates referred to them …

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The Wall Street Dance

A friend pointed out this video  in French to me.  I’ve no idea why, except that there’s a new dance craze sweeping the world.  The idea is to hold one leg off the floor whilst swinging your arms around.  Not a bad idea.  Apparently, it …

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