Wednesday, 31 December 2008

Drawn to a close


Drawn to a close, originally uploaded by dimacleod.

"why are they drawing in the sky". Back from the fireworks display in stornoway, with a stop-off at cameron's chippy. Big changes for 2009. I've no idea what they will be, but i'm determined to have a laugh, spend no time on people determined to drag me down and i'm going to spend more time finding answers in books rather than skimming the net in the hope i might find the same solution. Web2.0 is dead. It promised much but ends as a giant chatroom. Cloud computing needs an expansion of the network capacity. Will we exit the recession with a globe-spanning high-capacity mobile network? Will we be drawn to the cloud? The future belongs to us. Maybe i'll see you there.

5 comments:

Mac E said...

Happy New Year, hope they managed to not sing "for the 'sake' of Auld Lang Syne" where you are ;-)

Duncan/aktoman said...

Heuch. Oops was that the wrong answer. It's homecoming year. The folk of edinburgh need your money. Oops, wrong answer again. Come home tae scotland them many of us will have to come home to norway (where my clan came from), ireland, italy, england, northern france.

Jonathan Dee said...

Well said Duncan, all the best to you in 2009!

Stravaiger said...

"Web2.0 is dead. It promised much but ends as a giant chatroom" - nice quote Duncan - can I use it? :) happy heuching in 2009! I noticed the Ceilidh Place was turned down for "homecoming" funding as "not enough tourists" go there, according to Auld Reekie Alex.

AktoMan said...

Of course you can quote me on that. Until someone points out that I wrote it on a blog, which is part of the Web2.0-sphere.
;-)