Monthly Archives: October 2008

DominoPoint’s DDay was a huge success

Italian Lotus user group DominoPoint‘s second annual Domino Day conference ("DDay2") was a huge success by all measures.  The one-day on October 10 event included two tracks, fourteen speakers, approximately 400 participants, and a dozen vendors.  Like Paul Mooney’s ILUG … Continue reading

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Tips for presenting in English as a foreigner…

I recently presented a version of a popular session, in English, but to an Italian audience.  Here are some tips for presenting in English as a foreigner… – Plan to speak more slowly, so reduce content a little bit from … Continue reading

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Why Palin needs Domino email… or, why I should be doing Exchange consulting

AK state government (which uses Exchange/Outlook) has found a new way to make money.  Most of you reading this (except you Admins) could write a LotusScript agent to do this in a day.  And, are there no email compliance solutions … Continue reading

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DominoPoint conference approaches 500 attendees

I’m honored to be presenting this Friday, 10 October, in Milano at the annual conference of the Italian Lotus users group, DominoPoint.  The free "DominoPoint Day 2" (the second annual event) has about 500 attendees signed up, which makes this … Continue reading

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9 things I learned in Lisbon, Portugal, in 72 hours…

I was in London for UKLUG a couple of weeks ago, and wanted to visit a place new to me for the weekend before returning to the US.  About the only country in mainland western europe I’ve never visited is … Continue reading

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What does your work area look like?

Paul Mooney showed me his if I showed him mine. When I’m not at the HQ office in DC (I almost never am), I work here… 1 – 93% of the furniture budget went into the one chair I can … Continue reading

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