Happy New Year!
Don't forget about Allie's 30th tonight at the Velvet Dog!
Stop by If you can...7pm and on...
Video 1 - Soccer Juggling link
I found this on Ramsey's "Across The Board" Blog. He lives in KCMO and went to KU like me. Amazing juggling display. (Umm...not dribbling as the site says.)
Video 2 - Backstreet Cover link
My friend Susan sent me this one...2 Asian students terrin' up the Backstreet Boys while their buddy plays XBOX the whole time in the background.
Concho Valley Rural Transit District has been a progressive client of ours since 2002. They started with our entry-level product, ParaPlan Lite with an Access backend, then updgraded to ParaPlan Pro SQL and have now upgraded to ParaPlan Pro AVL.
ParaPlan Pro AVL is our premier Paratransit management application. With this turnkey solution users can...
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We also implemented Air-Trak's Clouberry SatCom Upgrade as the communication network since their service area covers 16,000 rural square miles.
Along with these technologies, ParaPlan Pro AVL is 100% reliable due to the synergy of the following products architected by Tim Hibbard...
The buzz about this solution has already started!
Check out this post from the Ontario Emperor technology blog..(link)
Through their platform we provided tools and capabilities unknown at the time. However, as times are changing, their competitors are now providing cool services too.
Mapinfo has good stuff, like their geocoding product, MapMarker Plus, is an amazing product but is fairly expensive.
Do they want/need to compete with 'Google Maps/Earth' or 'Mappoint'? They easily could have 10 yrs ago had they found the vision. I wish the 'brand new' version of their flagship product, MapInfo Professional 8.0, supported Access 2003.
MapInfo...its time to get rockin!
We all know that none of us have ever really seen devastation like this. I saw an interview with a man who told the story of losing grip on his wife while holding their kids and she said, "Take care of the kids." He couldn't hold on to her and he just said, "She's gone, she's gone." The reporter started balling...I have just never seen anything like this since 9-11.
News is saying it is like Hiroshima...well its just hard for me to realize right now that we intentionally did that to Japan. I know it was a crucial decision to end WWII, but right now it seems like a crime against humanity.
I think Joe Scarborough can be quite the right-wing punk sometimes on MSNBC, but he is doing the best job of being a real person while giving us information on this disaster and I admire that.
Please donate to the American Red Cross.
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