Yeah, I know the archive.org folks can't run all theirs in RAID or anything fancy, and those disks are HAMMERRED and some are getting old now...
Maybe when it comes to throwing out time, you could chuck them your spares (well not the duff ones, obviously) . Although they curently run on the L-operating system I reckon it has to be a worthy cause!
I love these 'talking heads' sessions, but could you split them up into several smaller vids as opposed to 25' vids? Many of us have to squeeze them into and around work, which is easier if they're more bitesize - say a max of 10 mins at a time? Even
if it means releasing 2 or more vids on one day, would mean I could say '10 mins before this next conf call, I'll learn something'
I think it's Joe's accent, I can follow him just fine - but this does raise a serious point - how about providing transcripts/closed captions for these vids? We've got a global audience, so it may help?
Cool toys - do they make use of virtual servers to emulate a customer environment or replicate it on real kit 1 box per customer box, I wonder? What would be the strengths and weaknesses of doing it that way?
Guys, I am a tablet lover, and once they catch up power-wise with a half-decent laptop, I'm having one.
However, this was not a great demo for the Tablet - what did it show us that wasn't mouseable just as easily? Sure it showed off the mapping 'ware, but this is pretty much what we expect from our mobile(cell) phones in Europe, plus more!
One Note is the killer app for tablet at the moment - perhaps we could do a session showing off One Note and collaborative session sharing whilst sitting in a cafe with a bluetooth headset to audio conf whilst sharing a One Note session? THAT is killer app