If Carol returns we'll have a second number; that makes Curly and Moe. I
could pretend and play Larry I suppose but I don't actually need to use a
cost scheduling service.
I interjected because I'm developing a webFeed builder that can be used to
syndicate scheduling information directly to the desktop of each entity the
architect or project manager puts into a streaming content distribution
list. The architecture of the service I am building won't require customers
to expose their data to an intermediary service provider unless you choose
to. This jobsiteschedule service said nothing about that which happens to be
the most efficient and secure way to collaborate using a messaging
architectural enabled by Internet protocols.
I mean I like the idea of small businesses working together but it seems
this vendor is already out of touch with what can be offerred given the
finanical incentive. I understand that. It is not unusual to begin working
on the development of a software application or service which can become or
already has been made inconsequential in the blink of an eye.
What I'm talking about is called a mashup on the web. It puts an end to
buying into a software product or service that does a good enough job at
this or that but can't do sh!t about the other thing some other product or
service does. I'm develop AEC service mashups.
So what do you think?
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