I haven’t written a blog post for two months, and this one is going to be short. Been super busy – hence the lack of blogging. Follow the photoshoots we have done in that time on Dreamcoat Photography and Dreamsport Photography.
Here are some of my fave pics I’ve taken in the last two months. I have won two competitions with photos in this time also.
A poem I wrote in February 1999. Photos by myself.
Catch the wave
Green room opening
Close out happens
Sun burns on my back
Waves splash in my face
Sand is in my pants
I don't give a shit
Hit the highway
Corner too fast
Hit the dirt
Riding down the highway
Cool wind in my hair
Tears whipped from my eyes
I don’t give a shit
Have you heard of Office 365? If not you are probably living under a luddite bush as the advertising is everywhere. From popping up in Skype (now owned by Microsoft) and being named sponsor for the recent V8 Supercar Tasmanian Round (in Australia) to TV spots and Billboards as well as YouTube Office 365 is an integral part of Microsoft's big bold new direction.
Microsoft’s vision in the 80s was “A PC in every home”
Today it is “A continuous cloud service for every person every device and every business” Kevin Turner - Microsoft COO, WPC10
With business users now often having more powerful PCs at home then on their desktops large businesses are often lagging behind. In the past small business was given the crumbs from Enterprises table. Now the tables have well and truly turned. With Office 365, Microsoft have created the opportunity for agile small businesses to utilise the power of cloud computing and enterprise level IT architecture for a fraction of the cost on a monthly subscription.
Lets go through the benefits and features.
We have been working with Office 365 for a long time (from long before it was marketed as that) and are busy installing it in many of our customers organisations.