Using twitter as an outage notification

Martin List-Petersen martin at airwire.ie
Sun Jul 5 09:41:11 CDT 2009


Roland Perry wrote:
> In article <4A50ACB7.6070901 at airwire.ie>, Martin List-Petersen
> <martin at airwire.ie> writes
>> Calling it a lame web 2.0 is pretty much off, when it's actually used
>> for something sensible.
> 
> I seem to be trying to find the middle ground between members of the
> public who think "The Internet isn't appropriate because they didn't
> teach it to me in college 20 years ago" and those who say "Web 2.0 isn't
> appropriate because they didn't teach it to me in college 5 years ago".
> 
> Shouldn't we at least be giving it the benefit of the doubt?


Since when has, what has been teached in college ever been a defining
standard for what is happening on the internet or what the trend in
computing is ?

A lot of people never touch Linux during studies, and don't get any of
it in college, however are faced with it in the corporate or public world.

Kind regards,
Martin List-Petersen
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