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Category Archives: Omar Ghosn
In 2001 I was at a conference. One of the presenters showed both Apple and Microsoft operating systems on his screen. He said, and I am paraphrasing from memory, “Apple stole their OS from Xerox. Microsoft stole their OS from … Continue reading
Dont call me for a quote or demo…just gimme instant downloadable trials! I don’t post much here on ITBabble and Patrick rightfully makes fun of my anemic post count. So, what better way than to jump in again with a … Continue reading
Man, it is a great podast even though we are down Tony this week (he’s out watching the Hunger Games). Omar and I though are super excited because it is the Final Four weekend, we’re on Spring Break and . … Continue reading
So we chatted about educational games in our latest podcast, more specifically DimensionU. I’m working on a longer post about educational games but in the meantime, I found an awesome video that exemplifies gamification. Click on the break and watch … Continue reading
The headline,”Dad Shoots Daughter’s Laptop…” seems sensational but it is very true. It is referring to a viral video on YouTube where a gun totting, good old boy with an IT background finds a post by his daughter on Facebook … Continue reading
What can I say, we’re a little tired this night, but that doesn’t stop Omar and I from turning out another quality podcast. Remember leaving comments will help us make our podcasts in the future even better. 1) Tony’s post … Continue reading