Old prog rock heroes delivers a pretty but a bit unremarkable album.
Sweden based Norwegian artist Ane Brun’s new album After the Great Storm will be your perfect introduction to a unique artist, if you’re not already familiar with her work. And if you do know about her music, you’re still in for a surprise!
Get ready for a series of relatively short postings about the most powerful search in Notes. It can find ANYTHING!
Microsoft send out at least 54 emails a day about news, announcement of new features nobody asked for and a shitload of agreements you have to remember to sign by a certain date, even though you already have. But the one I received today had my jaw drop to the floor.
The next Engage conference is announced, IBM Connections Cloud customers still don’t know what’s going to happen and mobile templates are being made. Read about the latest here.
Do you remember the days when you had lots of questions about the future of Notes/Domino, but never got any replies with any commitment? Well, those days are over!
NCUG’s web site is backup again, and you can now read my report from Stockholm and the first, and very successful, Nordic Collaboration User Group Meeting. The web hotel hosting our solution had serious problems yesterday, so this didn’t just happen to us. But because we are in the process of changing our domain from…
Yesterday IBM Notes/Domino V10 was unveiled to the world in the first of a whole series of launch events around the world. We in the Norwegian user group, in cooperation with IBM, is doing the Norwegian launch in Oslo October 23rd. One of the biggest features (among a whole list of cool features like auto repair,…
Leonard Cohen, a photo by Elfworld on Flickr. As I mentioned yesterday, I sold three photos to the local hotel Molde Fjordstuer, meant for one of their newly built rooms. Namely, their jazz suite. This is the second of the tree photos. Leonard Cohen during Molde International Jazz Festival 2009. It’s one of the things…
Aren’t there times when you are looking through your Notes calendar and you wish that public holidays could be marked, so that you don’t accidentally book meetings on days that no one is at work?