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46.902 Euro for a weblog

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The weblog ‘Basic Thinking‘ was sold on Thursday for 46.902 Euro. In Germany this is (was) a very popular blog. It was bought by a company called serverloft, which is a German hosting and internet-service company. My prospection was that the selling price would be higher. But of course, it is a lot of money.

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January 17, 2009 at 9:15 pm

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How to enabled check marks in IBM Lotus Notes 8.5 inbox?

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A colleague gave the tip: In the Preferences you can set the option “Show check marks in margin for selected documents”. Then you can mark the documents as in previous Notes versions (lower than 8).

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January 17, 2009 at 6:10 pm

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Installation of IBM Lotus Notes 8.5

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Last week I have installed the Notes, Designer and Admin client. Since I install all programs on my d: partition, I entered "d:\temp\Lotus Notes" as path for the temporary files in the installation program. But this is only possible, if you have over 701 MB free disk space on partition C:. Why I can enter another drive if the installation program will use ever C:\?

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January 17, 2009 at 5:47 pm

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Unfortunately, I will be not at Lotusphere 2009, but…

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… if you have some spare time between the sessions you should come to predestal #205 in the showroom. There the PAVONE AG will present their IBM Lotus Notes/Domino based Process Control Suite.

“PAVONE PCS is a trend-setting, fully integrated framework of project management, workflow, office, CRM and mail solutions, complemented by world class consulting, implementation services and strong partners. The common architecture, configuration, navigation, user interaction and rich functionality help customers to focus on the essentials, and regularly receive excellent customer feedback” (Excerpt from the website.)

Hope you will take a look…

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January 17, 2009 at 5:35 pm

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