Yep, you are right. I did forget the air quotes around "permanent".
Upload it to one or several Google accounts and you have a permanent searchable archive.
I agree. This is not an apology.
sharpened and stuffed in apples.
Like I said before,
This isn't You Tube. When I want videos I go to You Tube. When I want pr0n, I go to a pr0n site. When I want News for Nerds I go to
to a text based discussion like
It doesn't show up as a multimedia file. If the person you are chatting with doesn't have iMessage, it sends as a regular sms or mms.
I think the mm in MMS stands for multimedia. This has to be downloaded and is indeed a picture of an SMS message. It is white text on a black background. I ONLY get this when the iPhone is sending to multiple senders. Otherwise, I get a plain text message. The bad part is when the group is big, it is hard to keep up with the messages as it take the phone a while to download the MMS messages.
Messages to a single person seem to come through as normal text messages. Try sending to a group of people.
It works seamlessly to those using an iPhone. To everyone else, it seems really stupid that you are sending text messages that show up as multimedia files. To anyone on an android phone, you are sending a picture of your text message. It is typical that an iPhone user would not know that though.
The creator of
Azure is Down!
I can't believe he thinks that Congress has a side to tell. Their job is to listen to the people and not come up with their own version of the truth.
The problem is that Congress' side involves money from the RIAA.
Wow, I would really like this in the basement where they keep me. I have no windows and am so far underground, there is no cell signal from any provider yet, my car (parked in the parking lot) has a beautiful view of the Pacific Ocean.
This is not surprising at all. What is surprising is that they gave advanced notice. Google doesn't lay down any timelines or plans for any of their schtuff. They invent it, put it out there and at some point, turn it off. How can you expect them to keep things running when they seldom even write documentation for the stuff they have out there? If they do write documentation it is released way after the release of new features and often right before a new release nullifies that documentation.
Google's view is it's ours so we will or won't support it at our whim.
Are you presenting at Gartner IT Symposium next week? What is the session name? I need to know where to bring the rotten tomatoes. Come to think about it, it doesn't matter, every session will be this horrible.