Well, I think that I can understand where Elastix/PIAF are going with this. For a while now, I’ve seen various communications and rants roaming the community, regarding the way the FreePBX GUI is dominating the “Distro Market” – so to speak.
Ok All, this is my official Astricon Countdown – start your engines, as Eric Klein and myself will be attending Astricon this year, Vegas here we come.
What do the following have in common: Skype, Viber, Whatsapp, Line2, Tango and Kakao? Yes, there are all OTT apps for your mobile phone that enable you to communicate with your peers. Skype, Viber, Line2, Tango and Kakao actually enable you to call one another. Each one dominates a section of the world, where Kakao and Line2 are dominant in the far east, Viber dominates Japan and Eastern Europe and Skype kind’a says: “Look at me bit**es, I’m all of you combined”.
Open Source – What really drives it? is the desire to change and create something new? is it a firm belief in the idea that knowledge wants to be free and that software should roam the world? or when you boil down – is it just plain Ego?
As I’ve publically announced last week, I’m no longer a member of Humbug. I’ve spent the better part of the past 30 months with Humbug, working on bringing something new to the world – a brand new approach to preventing fraud. In the world of social networking, reader driven news and croud wizdom – Humbug, at least in my view, was to telecom fraud what facebook was for social networking. Ok, by no means am I comparing the two, I’m simply stating that it brought a fresh new approach to doing something, something that was usually related to mega-companies likes AT&T and Verizon down to mom-&-pop.
When people hear other people talk about “The Annoying Thing”, most probably the first thing that pops into their mind is the below video: However, today I’d like to refer to another annoying phenom, the one that I call: “letting the piss get to your head – even if you didn’t do anything or contribute […]