Thursday, October 21, 2010
It was nice to get a chance to play around with the equipment although I think that Sprint did a poor job explaining why WiMax was going to succeed over LTE. In fact Sprint was trying to communicate that 4G on other carriers was still a pipe dream or at least a first generation product for all other companies.
I was able to see my first Samsung Tablet which looked beautiful and I got a little excited seeing a new Medical Tele-presence device that might fit nicely at our hospital instead of sending nurses or providers out to people's houses. Quick link for those interested: AmericanTeleCare
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This article saved me from Wordpress.com -- I have been trying for a couple of months to move my blog from http://jeffrasmussen.wordpress.com to http://www.jeffrasmussen.org Under Wordpress.com, that would have cost me $12 a year but under Blogger, it is free. (I already had the domain registered)
I put up with Wordpress for a long time and to be fair, they were quite nice to me. My biggest hurdle since joining with them from the begining was not being able to add Google AdSense to my blog but since I was never writing this for the money :) I just ignored the minor irritation. Later, when micro-blogging became popular, I wanted a way to use my domain name to keep my posts under my own control.
Anyways, I am very happy to try this new platform -- for me.
Man Versus Technology: Overcome the bX-tjg9ds Blogger Import Error: "Importing a xml file from another blog into Blogger is a very easy and convenient way of moving from one blogging platform to another. What ..."
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