Folks, SharePoint Saturday India Online Edition is on August 4, 2012. Make a note of this in your calendar and register for the event.
We have an awesome line up of speakers presenting from all over the world – Americas, UK, Pakistan, India, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.
Check out the SharePoint Saturday India Online site for speakers and the sessions for the day.
For me and the Aussies – ITs Australia Day! Oye! Oye! Oye! Ozzie! Ozzie! Ozzie! Happy Australia Day mate!
For me and the Indians – ITs Indian Republic Day. Happy Indian Republic day! Jai Hind!
For me, my wife and my son – Aussie Anniversary – We naturalised as Australians on this day in 2006. So every year on this day its triple celebration!
Good on you guys! Well done! Congrats! It’s been worth staying up until 0120 hours!
Well done! Off I am to bed now 🙂 Gotta go to work at 0700 hours!
Congrats again! You deserve the ICC 20-20 World Cup!
Fellow Indian readers and visitors – wish you all Happy Independence Day for India.
Just as you all have a day off, so do I living here in Brisbane, where we have Show Holiday. Just visit Ekka Website to know more.
Is here! Code named Windows Live Folder, Windows Live SkyDrive has been announced officially.
If you didn’t know, you had to be in U.S to be able to get Windows Live Folders (which you could easily be in by changing the regional settings 😉 )
However, the good news is that it has been made available for India and U.K. Wow that’s cool.
Continuing from my earlier post on Google services, I look at how another Google Labs product has helped me in my ITsphere.
Before I got hooked on to Google Reader, I had tried many rss feed readers / aggregators. This post tracks my path to the final destination.
I would like to highlight the fact that I have not been into blogosphere for long. It’s less then a year *grins*
Its been almost a week, since I have been back.
- Skimmed through hundreds of feed items in Google Reader. Yes skimmed. Why? Read on
- Read through 15 work emails – what 15?!!!
Yeah, you are right! I was on top of emails, thanks to HP iPaq 6300 series, Exchange 2003 SP2 – Push Email and last but not least – probably- cheapest gprs connectivity in the world.
You know how much it cost me? Wanna make a guess? 1…2…3… Ok, have you come up with an answer? Honestly email me or comment your answer. Would love to read it!! Come on…
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