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Zoli Erdos
Software Exec / Entrepreneur with Bus.Dev., Sales Focus; Program Chair, SVASE
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http://twitpic.com/bxglid :-)
You should see the ad served up in your feed: http://twitpic.com/s7ijq :-)
Toggle Commented Dec 5, 2009 on Things I See in Chile at Ben Casnocha: The Blog
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reminds me of this classic: http://valleywag.gawker.com/219044/mark-suster-of-koral :-)
I think there is a point when you stop calling it a romantic relationship and it's just love. At that point there is no more greener grass syndrome. And if you don't reach that point, it wasn't the real thing anyway...
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Hm... is Marissa Mayer sending a message to the creators of Google Tasks? :-) http://mail.google.com/mail/help/tasks/
Toggle Commented Sep 11, 2009 on Simple To-Do List Systems at Ben Casnocha: The Blog
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You clearly represented a danger to their National Security and having over-stayed in the hotel by 30 minutes you can no prepare for the worst... :-)
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In the next episode, strictly pay-per-view Ben will detail the additional services received at this place :-)
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I guess that makes it BaaS - Biking as a Service :-)
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2009 on Garmin Connect at New Florence. New Renaissance.
It's an outrage I still have to touch screens. I want the telepathic model :-)
Toggle Commented Aug 14, 2009 on Smart showers at New Florence. New Renaissance.
Those who can, do. Those who can't, teach. :-)
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See Postal Methods on how The New embraces The Old: http://www.cloudave.com/link/postalmethods-business-process-automation-or-gilded-lily
Wow, beautiful photo :-)
Toggle Commented Jul 31, 2009 on Santiago, Chile at Ben's Travel Adventures
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Nice background, but will you actually see your appointments? :-) I'd like colors - but not as background: http://www.cloudave.com/link/google-labs-can-i-have-my-event-colors-in-calendar-please
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Zemmy works 70% of the time for me - still review the recommendations and often amend them. Has been a bit slow lately (as in offering older posts)
Toggle Commented Jul 18, 2009 on How Semantic Tools Fail Us at /Message
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Fresh like this? http://om.ly/?rYe :-)
Ah, there's another meaning to PaaS :-)
Rick, good luck with your move, but don't you ever stop blogging! This is one of my favorite blogs, educational and humorous... I need it :-)
Toggle Commented Jul 7, 2009 on Thanks for all the Fish at The Post Money Value
Here's another Tropicana redesign, a "cool" but rather sneaky one. I guess they should call it the "easy pour less" pitcher. And one trick that apparently works: why not sell water @ juice prices, if we are stupid enough to buy?
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Ben, either you expect relatively few to take the offer, or the conference call won't be particularly *private* :-)
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Of course you can get the identical product at Costco for $8.99 - and given that Kirkland is Costco's house brand, it's an outrage that Amazon would print a "list" price of $24.99.
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Somwehat of a sidenote, but I wonder why anyone would by Kirkland brand products on Amazon, instead of Costco at half-price. Btw, here's a concentrated version: http://www.costco.com/Browse/Product.aspx?Prodid=11248464&whse=BC&topnav=&browse=&lang=en-US&s=1
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Ben, I remember you contemplating these ideas before your college decision now that it's a recurring subject again, I guess the writing is so obviously on the wall: you will drop out... and there's nothing wrong with that. Yes, most people benefit from those 3, but you've lived life in the fast lane: learned and achieved more than most people in 30 years, have more and "better" connections than most in their 40's, and definitely don't need credentials. You've tried college, because you just had to try (for yourself), now that you've done it, it may feel too ... hm.. constraining? Move on, won't regret it :-)
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Several years my regular weekly "commute" including taking those small turboprops from London, Ontario to Detroit. The flight regularly got canceled at the first sight of a raindrop or snowflake. Funny think is, we actually liked it, the airline put us in a limo which was far more comfortable and reliable than the planes.
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Ouch, my post 5 minutes ago applies here, too :-(
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2007 on What Does "Mature" Mean? at Ben Casnocha: The Blog
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When they call *you* mature, it's a compliment. When they call *me* mature, it's a sad reminder of my age. :-)
Toggle Commented Dec 14, 2007 on What Does "Mature" Mean? at Ben Casnocha: The Blog
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