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Just what is this Mail.Next thing?
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Yosemite Bluetooth Audio Issues, Anyone?
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On the Insidiousness of Facebook Messenger's App Permissions
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Just what is this Mail.Next thing?
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Yosemite Bluetooth Audio Issues, Anyone?
Tue, Nov 18th 2014 9:16a   Chris Whisonant
I'm wondering if any of my readers have found any solutions to this or have run into it yourselves? I was hoping that the .1 update to Yosemite would fix this, but I see from comments at this post that I'm not alone in my woes. Below is my comment related to the issue... I'm very disappointed with the bluetooth audio lag. We're not talking about sub-second delays or "some lag" that would be expected with Bluetooth audio devices. What's happening since the Yosemite 10.1
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On the Insidiousness of Facebook Messenger's App Permissions
Thu, Aug 7th 2014 7:10a   Chris Whisonant
Much has been said lately about how horrible it is that Facebook is not only forcing their mobile users to use their new Messenger application (in order to send one-on-one or group messages), but also this app has permissions that no sane person should accept. The theory is that Facebook is overstepping their bounds and is now intruding (even further) into our lives. Being the logical person I can be, I knew that the full Facebook app just had to have similar permissions. Yet it seems that nob
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Just what is this Mail.Next thing?
Wed, Feb 5th 2014 7:09a   Chris Whisonant
Simply put (and as it was put to me at Connect 14), it's a J2EE application that talks to iNotes. As you may know, today there is a component available in IBM Connections (since 4.0) called Connections Mail. This is a fairly simple interface in Connections that surfaces your mail and calendar. How is this implemented? It's a J2EE application that talks to iNotes. Here's what you get with that today: When IBM releases Mail.Next, it was demoed as looking like this:




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