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Pictures of the MotoQ

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Check out the pics at http://www.engadget.com/entry/1234000577051874/
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Is Wi-Fi now finally legal across public boundaries..

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Does this mean that wireless has finally become legal... Or was the municipality of Knysna / UniNet issued with a license?
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Coverage?

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The fees seem on the high side but anything would be better than my current (Telkom) dial up at home. My question is: will it be available country wide or just a few main centres. Gary
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Legal?

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Without sounding crazy, I would really like to know how this would be justified as being legal. I have recently called ICASA to establish the legality of Wireless ISP`s, where I was very clearly informed that it was in fact certainly not legal due to the still current telecommunications act which still protects Telkom. I was also told that ICASA was in fact still following up on Wireless ISP’s and are certainly planning on acting out on the current legislation, their delays are simply that they can not get to everyone as quick as they would like to. If this is in fact legal, than surely all other Wireless ISP`s should also be legal. I really do wish that this service is legal, as it would be a great leap for mankind in SA, and I truly do wish these guys the best of luck!!! But are they not just setting themselves up for a horrible surprise? Any takers for some comments – an ICASA comment would be pretty good too…
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The `interweb`

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First allow me to say that I stumbled across this website via the Watley Review and I find your writing to be quite enjoyable. I recall the article you`re talking about and I am not even the least bit surprised that it was mistaken for truth. After all, more ridiculous things have been mistaken for truth. These kinds of things seem to occur all the time. Of course I am not just speaking about satire that people believe to be true, but also of the many `internet myths` that are taken as one hundred percent authentic. You`ve mentioned it before; the blog fad that has seemed to explode in recent time, I think is partially to blame for this. It doesn’t take a genius to download a bit of software and then being releasing whatever nonsense they wish into the vast `interweb.` However I believe you hit it right on the nose by pointing out the number of ignorant people out there that would believe this story. That really only makes me ask if the fault belongs to the author, or the reader. I suppose each case is different, because there are publications like the Watley Review that public satire for the sake of being satirical and not for the sake of confusion. The article was a great read and I thoroughly enjoyed it, I do believe you`ve snagged a reader who plans to read for quite some time.
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ESL Florescent Xmit

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I have a very good understanding of ESL IR xmit or Wireless 802.2b Xmit. How does your system operates via florescent lighting?
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Well… let me think. I believe that your article is very good.

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I fully agree with you. But I have a problem. I don’t know what is the right help desk tool today. You can find a lot of great products for free (I mean, Open Source) and, in the other hand, you have terrific products like Siebel, Microsoft CRM or GoldMine, from FrontRange Corporation. Ok, with these products I have support, upgrades and more, but a single license cost a fortune! I am doing my research in resources like http://www.helpdesk,com or http://www.helpdesksite.us but I don´t know yet what is the right product for me. Can you help me? Any Idea? Thanks in advance! ;-).
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Lack of coverage of call centre awards

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President Mbeki said this past Sunday that a higher economic growth rate was the key to a better quality of life for South Africans. His comments followed last month’s McKinsey report identifying the South African contact centre industry as a key driver of job creation and GDP growth. If the country’s President has singled out higher economic growth as a strategic priority and the contact centre industry has been identified as key to achieving this, then why is interest in recent industry events lacking? Just over a week ago, the first annual Western Cape Contact Centre Awards was hosted by regional contact centre association CallingtheCape. Electronic and hardcopy monitoring of the media has so far revealed that only IT-Web, to its credit, wrote a story about the award winners after the Saturday evening function. Winners in the various categories were companies of the calibre of Woolworths, Sanlam and Old Mutual. Similarly, the regional contact centre awards function held in KwaZulu Natal last week by KZNonSource has also not received the exposure it deserves. The lack of coverage around the award winners is astounding in light of the fact that there was substantial pre-event publicity. With the potential to create well over 100 000 well-paid, sustainable jobs within the next three to five years, the South African contact centre industry deserves the full support of every South African who dreams of a better future. The ContactinGauteng regional contact centre awards taking place on 6th August provide another golden opportunity for the local industry to be showcased. Contact Centre Consultant This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it www.rodjones.co.za Cell: 082 568 9976
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Lack of coverage of call centre awards

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Dear Editor, President Mbeki said this past Sunday that a higher economic growth rate was the key to a better quality of life for South Africans. His comments followed last month’s McKinsey report identifying the South African contact centre industry as a key driver of job creation and GDP growth. If the country’s President has singled out higher economic growth as a strategic priority and the contact centre industry has been identified as key to achieving this, then why is interest in recent industry events lacking? Just over a week ago, the first annual Western Cape Contact Centre Awards was hosted by regional contact centre association CallingtheCape. Electronic and hardcopy monitoring of the media has so far revealed that only IT-Web, to its credit, wrote a story about the award winners after the Saturday evening function. Winners in the various categories were companies of the calibre of Woolworths, Sanlam and Old Mutual. Similarly, the regional contact centre awards function held in KwaZulu Natal last week by KZNonSource has also not received the exposure it deserves. The lack of coverage around the award winners is astounding in light of the fact that there was substantial pre-event publicity. With the potential to create well over 100 000 well-paid, sustainable jobs within the next three to five years, the South African contact centre industry deserves the full support of every South African who dreams of a better future. The ContactinGauteng regional contact centre awards taking place on 6th August provide another golden opportunity for the local industry to be showcased. Kind regards, ROD JONES Contact Centre Consultant This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it www.rodjones.co.za Cell: 082 568 9976
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Screenshots

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A simple search on google will provide a number of links to supposed longhorn desktop screenshots: http://www.flexbeta.net/main/comments.php?catid=1&shownews=13839 Is one of the links which may or may not be the OS. You decide.
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