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April 28, 2010

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I like your new blog header/layout. The IT department at my university rolled out thin clients in our library a few months ago. There have been some software issues, but overall they are working fine. It's been a bit of a learning curve for the students, but I think everyone is getting used to them. The library was the first installment but they're hoping to transition all labs on campus to thin clients in the near future.

We're working on a renovation as well, so this was helpful to think about moving beyond computers. Thanks!

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I like your new blog header/layout. The IT department at my university rolled out thin clients in our library a few months ago. There have been some software issues, but overall they are working fine. It's been a bit of a learning curve for the students, but I think everyone is getting used to them. The library was the first installment but they're hoping to transition all labs on campus to thin clients in the near future.

We're working on a renovation as well, so this was helpful to think about moving beyond computers. Thanks!

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Good post. After reading your article remind me of something about literature works. Wish you better tomorrow.

Computing in the Cloud

Computers that run on light instead of electricity. Space engines that near the speed of light. Cars with individual engines for each tire and use magnets as brakes. Hologram iPods. Jetpacks. One world currency. One small gadget the size of a watch that controls all electronic devices we currently use (cell phone, garage door, debit cards, etc)and is controlled by thought waves from our brain traveling through the nerves in our arms. Real virtual reality video games we are the character of. And now we are using Cloud Computing Technology, and we are not far on the impossible invention for the future.

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Virtualization of data is possible but the actual prints need to be stored as is.

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I think it's a shame that book publishers are so stubborn to change with the times. I think one example is if they were to work with Google in digitizing all books, it would've provided a new channel of distribution while monetizing it via iTunes pay per use model or netflix model.

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