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||Tech Op/Ed (http://www.TechOpEd.com)
The j.ello | report may be quiet for now, but even while working on Starship II (below), j.ello still has a few minutes to write. Tech Op-Ed is a blog for techies and techie managers, would be CIOs and others who want a fresh perspective on managing Technology.
Starship II (http://www.starship2.com) -
j.ello serves as Director of Photography and Special
Effects Supervisor for Starship II: Rendezvous with Ramses, a professional
independent low budget sci-fi comedy... it will be released upon completion. It's taking a long time, but progress is made daily and we're not quitting until it's done! We are currently knee-deep in computer graphics and digital
film. You can read about Starship II at www.starship2.com...
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Probably should have been doing this for
a long time, a moblog is a Mobile Web Log... sometimes also called a
Photoblog. When you take pictures with your fancy dancy
picture phones, you send them here so other people can see just how
interesting or boring your life really is. I've have a few
picture phones already, the current being a Treo 600 (quite a nice
device, despite being a Palm). Check it out, and if you want,
start your own moblog... it's free at
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