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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Up earlyish, T Porter Square to Park Street; fine sermon on
the cross from a visiting preacher. T onwards to Fenway; visited
Miguel, Laura and tiny, sweet baby Lucia - a wonderful blessing and
privilege to be able to see the new family while I was here; caught up
with Miguel a little.
T back to Park St, Finagle a (circularly-sawed) Bagel with
Thomas and Becky in the common, wandered the common; dancing with
ducks. Rather a pleasant walk to MIT's museum - admired the various
displays; particularly the variety of robotic actuators.
Back to Thomas' via a nice Italian restaurant for pizza,
listened to music, talked, packed. Drove to the airport, and the
next round of travel madness begins: an intense plane, tube,
eurostar, train series to The Hague.
Highly amused by the Judas
Phone art work. I guess there are some downsides to having lots
of creative types using your products. Amused by the old phone version -
although, reading the definition of smart-phone carefully on
wikipedia; it seems clear that we need a new/improved market
segmentation. If the Nokia Communicator of 2000 is a smart-phone,
it makes me very suspicious of all but "sales in the last quarter"
statisticis around phones; or am I just a paranoid.
Caught up with Eric, and the great OO.o hacking that
Jonas is doing, hopefully he'll blog about it soon.
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