Saturday, September 22, 2012

Fellow procrastinators… DO NOT put off doing this!


Time flies – tempus fugit. Should I do it? When should I do it? Why not put it off until tomorrow?

Yes, that will be fine. Mañana Is Soon Enough for Me

It was after a fierce struggle with myself that I wrote this blog post today -- or at all.

What I actually meant to eventually get around to recommending is that you do not delay in reading the following New Yorker book review:

What does procrastination tell us about ourselves?

“The essence of procrastination lies in not doing what you think you should be doing, a mental contortion that surely accounts for the great psychic toll the habit takes on people. This is the perplexing thing about procrastination: although it seems to involve avoiding unpleasant tasks, indulging in it generally doesn’t make people happy.”

Go on, learn more about yourself, read this New Yorker article NOW.

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

ESLUG evento: 20 de septiembre en Madrid, NotesTracker presentación


I am extremely happy to announce that leading Spanish IBM partner Domino Plus has been appointed European value-added reseller and regional support point for NotesTracker. See the blog of Alejandro Ahumada here.

For the last few months I’ve been working with Dominique Perarnaud from Domino Plus who is implementing NotesTracker for a client in Spain.

He is delighted to have been given the opportunity to give a lunchtime presentation this Friday for ESLUG, the Spanish Lotus User Group.

Dominique plans to introduce NotesTracker and then share his leading-edge experiences using NotesTracker with XPages.  Below are the meeting details…


Evento de ESLUG 2012
que celebraremos el dia 20 de Septiembre

12:00 - 13:00

“Seguridad de aplicaciones con Notestracker”

IBM Forum,
calle Corazón de María, 44 esquina con Santa Hortensia,

Saturday, September 15, 2012

We Drive NOTES Further

Ah, nostalgia. The following page has been on my website for years, and nobody has ever commented, I wonder why!

I’m still driving that trusty and comfortable Mitsubishi, got it when I first started working with Notes Release 3 way back in 1993. … Have no real desire to change, it still does a great job, and newer models don’t offer all that much more (the 80/20 rule at work again).

Here at
Asia/Pacific Computer Services
We Drive NOTES Further!


Beat that!