Re: [GKD] Using Instant Messaging with Volunteers

2002-11-21 Thread Guido Sohne
for using IM to work with volunteers, based on feedback from various online discussion groups, from our own staff experiences, and other resources. -- Guido Sohne[EMAIL PROTECTED] 203, BusyInternet

Re: [GKD] World Computer Exchange Article

2002-12-09 Thread Guido Sohne
factors for your niche. -- Guido Sohne[EMAIL PROTECTED] 203, BusyInternet http://sohne.net -- Fain would I climb, yet fear I to fall

Re: [GKD] RFI: Computer Donations To The Third World

2003-06-21 Thread Guido Sohne
the cost of shipping the used PCs. -- Guido Sohne[EMAIL PROTECTED] At Large http://sohne.net -- A master was asked the question

Re: [GKD-DOTCOM] Connectivity Is Not The Right Word

2003-11-06 Thread Guido Sohne
On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 09:26, Peter Burgess wrote: My vote is for narrowband EVERYWHERE connecting little local nodes. Improve the local infrastructure, and don't focus just on the international part of it. And my vote is for using technology to reduce the cost and price of basic communication

Re: [GKD-DOTCOM] Bringing Connectivity to Under-Served Communities

2003-11-07 Thread Guido Sohne
On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 17:26, Ahmed Isah wrote: In my opinion, Cornelio Hopmann got it all wrong. The issue is not to do with selling a useless product that has no demand. Rather, it has to do with whether the target market is really aware of the benefits of the product to them. This then

Re: [GKD-DOTCOM] Bringing Connectivity to Under-Served Communities

2003-11-10 Thread Guido Sohne
On Wed, 2003-11-05 at 17:14, Robert Miller wrote: And, what if all the content on this server were remotely refreshed nightly via satellite broadcast with any updates so that those content resources were always current as of 2:00 AM that day and were available to students, faculty, and

Re: [GKD-DOTCOM] What's on the Horizon?

2003-11-21 Thread Guido Sohne
It's hard to predict or foresee technology. Mainly, it becomes an exercise in wishful thinking. So here are my wishes ... On Mon, 2003-11-17 at 20:28, Global Knowledge Dev. Moderator wrote: 1. What new high impact technologies are on the 3-year horizon? Who (exactly) needs to do what

Re: [GKD] The $100 Computer

2005-03-17 Thread Guido Sohne
I noticed that Ghana came up and I wanted to make a few comments since I am based there. On 3/14/05, Edward Cherlin wrote: On Tuesday, 8 March 2005, Don Slater wrote: If Windows XP were sold at the price it usually commands in pirate markets, it would be perfectly OK. Not really. There