Where do I BEGIN?
March 14, 2009 • 9:28 am 5
February 17, 2009 • 3:59 am 0
John McCain – the American senator who just lost the November 2008 U.S Presidential election opened his mouth and said something like “The Stimulus Package is bad beginning for …”
January 27, 2009 • 9:27 am 0
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As the Catholic Taliban Sing Hallelujah”
“Catholic Taliban?” I know exactly what you mean.
Before I went to the referred website, I visited your blog.
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Charged to life long learning skills: The use of technology in the classroom WordPress as our main tool! One college professor did just that! <link should be provided when becomes available>
January 20, 2009 • 3:53 am 1
WordPress Community is here to stay. Bloggers are popping up by the seconds each day. People come and go. Bye bye if blogging is not for you.
Hope, you did not delete all your entries.
Keep the copies in case you change your mind.
See you around!
Sabqat9 enjoys writing and using the internet and contributing to reading material in the world wide web.
January 12, 2009 • 3:46 am 1
The book entitled, “The Big Switch: Rewiring The World From Edison to Google” is now in its seventh printing. It is claimed to be in the New YorkJoomla! Journal Bestseller’s list.
The book is considered to be my typical text book that tackles the subject of information technology. A book that tells a story on how far computing have developed from 5 1/2 – inch floppy diskette to SD. And in today’s cloud computing, you don’t even need to bring any physical storage like an SD or 31/2 Floppy Diskette or Flash Drive because you can retrieve, share and collaborate anywhere and everywhere! Cloud computing that is!
Amazingly, without bloody armed revolution, the old paradigm is crumbling. It is dying of natural death – the era of personal computing as we know it is now in the brink of antiquity. The reign of the stalwarts have come to an end. As the writer puts it,
The shift is already remaking the computer industry, bringing new competitors like Google and Salesforce.com to the fore and threatening stalwarts like Microsoft and Dell. But the effects will reach much further. Cheap, utility-supplied computing will ultimately change society as profoundly as cheap electricity did. We can already see the early effects — in the shift of control over media from institutions to individuals, in debates over the value of privacy, in the export of the jobs of knowledge workers, even in the growing concentration of wealth.
Personal computing on the way out.
Cloud computing is in! And it is getting stronger and stronger every minute because in the cloud, time and space do not exist so better manage your time and know what you want before clicking the browser. You will get lost with the links and trackbacks and millions of search results. The understanding of cloud computing is easier to understand now compared 20 years ago. All we have to do now is to make sense or self awareness of the basic concept – The File Management.