Monday, April 25, 2005

Ahhh! Sweet internet - how pointless are thee?

I just happened to be Googling along and I found this little URL:

I'm not sure why it's there, and most aren't really that great (not that I've listened to them all, just a few) but it is an example of some of the wierd things which pop up on this great information super-highway.


Sunday, April 24, 2005

Delivering dynamic infomediaries

I reckon I should aggregate killer markets and unleash efficient web-readiness with some sort of new idea.

This idea would revolutionize integrated initiatives and assist the user to engineer 24/7 technologies.

It's obviously important to transition cross-platform web services so we can exploit distributed e-business. This would facilitate proactive platforms and allow us to syndicate value-added networks which will, in turn, drive efficient relationships.

This opportunity to exploit plug-and-play ROI has arisen because we can now reinvent synergistic architectures which will empower revolutionary technologies to envisioneer clicks-and-mortar content.

Indeed, there is much to do.

This post made possible by the Web Economy Bullshit Generator

Saturday, April 23, 2005

Email worse than the wacky-tabacky

Apparently email (and other forms of electronic communication such as IM and SMS) is worse for your attention span and concentration than cannabis, according to a study reported in this story on the Guardian

You know, I can't help but think that they might be on to something here. I mean, there's nothing worse than that new mail sound going "ping!" right in the middle of something. I'm the type of person who won't wait to see what it is, I'll just have to know what has just come in otherwise that's all I think about...

Who could have emailed me?
What do they want?
Will it be interesting?

...and so on and so forth.

Ok. So we open the email. Most of the time it's just someone at work who has emailed me. Most of the time it's just another job they'd like me to do. Most of the time I'd rather not have to do the job, but would rather just get on with what I'm doing now. So as you can see, answering an email is often a traumatic experience.

I'm not sure that there is any way around it though. Email is an important and critical part of everyday life these days. All those hundreds of thousands of messages zipping around the world are really very useful sometimes.

I just wish that there weren't people like one person I know who will send you an email and wander up to you 2 mins later to ask "Did you get my email?"

That sorta annoys me.

Monday, April 18, 2005

Been a while...

Gee... it's been a LONG time since I posted here. Life just got the better of me I think. I won't promise to post here more often - dont' want to let you all down - but I will make an effort to make some more regular appearances.

Well, one of the reasons for this post is to point you all to the blog of a good friend of mine: Yvette. Why? I hear you ask. Well, I'll tell you.

The reason it's SOO important that you head over there is that there is a post about - ME! So go on - enjoy!