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[#] Sun May 05 2013 10:02:35 EDT from Ladyhawke

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Very cool, IG

[#] Wed May 22 2013 00:52:58 EDT from Ladyhawke

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Anyone see the lovely new changes to Flickr? 

It looks as though MM got a look at Windoze8 and loved it so much she had to have her very own site that looked just like it. 

[#] Wed May 22 2013 12:21:03 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Yahoo! now owns both Flickr and Tumblr. They ought to call up Pat Sajak and buy the missing vowels.

[#] Fri May 24 2013 11:23:09 EDT from Ladyhawke

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He already sold all his vowels to the parent company, that's why there are none left for them.

[#] Fri May 24 2013 15:54:07 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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They were all eaten by Jeerryy Yyaangg.

[#] Wed May 29 2013 15:13:49 EDT from zooer

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https links do not work with the text client and the "U" option.
I figured IE would be a squirt or nerf gun.

[#] Thu Jun 06 2013 20:15:51 EDT from Ladyhawke

Subject: Social Media Explained

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Social Media Explained

[#] Sun Jun 23 2013 19:01:06 EDT from zooer

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Every room is the bash facebook room right?
Remember that idea that facebook was created by the goberment to get information on people and get people to
give up their personal information willingly?

[#] Fri Jun 28 2013 16:43:19 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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G+ is more than just "Google employees."  People who don't "get" G+ or who think it's a wasteland are just those who expect it to behave like Facebook.  Seriously?  Who wants another Facebook?  One is already too many.

[#] Tue Dec 17 2013 04:43:00 EST from the_mgt

Subject: Wanted: Open Source Cloud

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Three of my clients have been asking me for a while now, if it was possible to "give some people access to the local nas", via their dsl.

I think that is beyond stupid for several reasons, so I try to propose a dedicated server with some open source cloud software, hence I am asking for your advice.

  • The clients all know each other, they have their offices in the same building, they already share printers and meeting rooms.
  • All of them need to share stuff for inhouse employees who work on building sites, etc.
  • All of them need to share lots of 50-100mb pdfs with sub contractors. (They are architects and need to share building plans)
  • Some of them need to share stuff with partner companies.
  • Most of the files are project related.

The software should be easy to use and one of their more tech savvy employees should be able to operate it, set permissions, create project based shares, etc. It should be a bit like dropbox, some things should be accessible without authorization, some things should be locked by passwords.

Any thoughts or hints?

[#] Tue Dec 17 2013 13:23:16 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Subject: Re: Wanted: Open Source Cloud

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As you are probably expecting the next 100 answers to be "OwnCloud" please identify why that's not a solution?

[#] Tue Dec 17 2013 13:50:25 EST from the_mgt

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Just wanted to know if there were any alternatives to check out, wether I should have a look into OpenNebula or OpenStack or some such thing.

Or if anyone could tell me about hosted solutions. OwnCloud is high up on the list, since there are apps for every major mobile OS.

[#] Wed Dec 18 2013 10:13:31 EST from fleeb

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At my previous job, we used Google extensively.

They provide storage, email, a very nice way to collaberate on writing documents that can be turned into PDFs, and so on. You can choose to share what you want from the storage.

But it isn't open-source. Well, their APIs are open source, but their technology itself isn't. If you can't get to the internet, you can't use them. But if you're talking about cloud solutions, you're already going to need constant access to the internet, so that shouldn't be a problem.

[#] Mon Jan 20 2014 07:01:37 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Stuck on a moronic phone call and looking for something to keep me awake, I just perused the entirety of this blog:

A lovely and scenic tour of establishments in buildings that used to be Pizza Huts. The iconic roof humps and trapezoidal windows truly are magnificent accomplishments of architecture.

[#] Tue Jan 21 2014 02:23:05 EST from the_mgt

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Ugh, my stomach does not agree with that kind of architecture. Luckily, we have enough "real deal" italians all over the country so we are spared by the Hut.

[#] Tue Jan 21 2014 10:49:51 EST from zooer

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I saw that site, it reminded me of how several Red Barn restaurants were changed into Adult World.

[#] Tue Feb 11 2014 07:38:24 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Combine the two and have an adult pizza shop!

[#] Tue Feb 11 2014 10:01:32 EST from wizard of aahz

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Would an adult pizza shop be a pizza place where they served stuff other than plain and pepperoni?

[#] Tue Feb 11 2014 11:15:54 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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They specialize in hot sausage, of course.

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