15 ianuarie 1850 – 15 ianuarie 2008

Cati dintre voi mai stiu cine este Eminescu … ? cati dintre voi isi mai aduc aminte ca acesta face parte din istoria culturii poporului roman ? … cati dintre voi mai stiu ce reprezinta 15 ianuarie 1850 … sau … cati dintre voi stiu ca asa incepe …. cultura …

” A fost odată ca-n poveşti,
A fost ca niciodată.
Din rude mari împărăteşti,
O prea frumoasă fată. ”

3 Responses to “15 ianuarie 1850 – 15 ianuarie 2008”

  1. Hironori says:

    Luna trecuta am pealct doua nopti de-acasa. Singura. Si am crezut ca micutul va suferi masiv. Dar nu a plans si nu a dormit mai rau ca-nainte. A mancat, s-a jucat si a ras. Cand m-am intors s-a lipit de mine si s-a bucurat. Nu s-a suparat si nici n-a fost stresat de cat ori deschideam usa cum ca as putea disparea iar. Cred ca pentru ca ati fost atat de atasate, deja are foarte multa incredere in tine si stie ca nu o abandonezi! Zic si eu, ca sa iti fie inima putin mai usoara! O sa fie bine Big hug amandurora.

  2. Romualdo says:

    LIVMa trezesc si eu a doua zi, ca de obecii! N-ai cum sa fi pregatita sa lasi acasa puiul mic si sa pleci cu inima usoara. E firesc! Dar te vei intoarce zburand, probabil, si dincolo de oboseala unei prime zile- dupa ce mai bine de un an ai fost doar aproape de cuibul tau- la birou, vei uita de oboseala si vei vrea doar sa stai cu copilitele prin preajma.Nu-i usor deloc dar cand vei afla ca n-a plans, ca s-a jucat si a dormit inima ta isi va recapata bataile firesti, vei vedea!

  3. Mina says:

    Dear DonaldFirstly it should be noted that none of the peploe that wrote on that blog are in any way connected to me or Rapid Info. We actually only found out about the blog when I researched the stats for our site via Google analytics tracking which I am sure you know about.Obviously there are two distinct sides of the story, those being the internet peploe you speak of and the other side being the South African consumers of internet. I never designed the site to meet the expectations of the internet world; I designed it to meet the expectations of the South African consumer market that is about 5 10 years behind the general internet market out there. This I am sure you would not disagree on as you should know the South African market.Regarding the basics of usability, design and so on that rests in the eye of the beholder. You can’t please everyone and the site is not aimed at the high internet techno fundie user, as yourself, but rather at the 27 year old female who simply wants quick, useful information fast and does not want to keep looking at 2 million different things on offer but wants to go to one location where everything is readily available, concise yet detailed enough. We have had literally 100s of emails/phone calls/comments from peploe all around South Africa that say things such as South Africa has needed this for a very long time brilliant site user friendly and informative etc. It is obvious that these are the peploe I am aiming the campaign and the site at. Not you. As I stated earlier I am not here to please everyone in South Africa / the World that would be very arrogant and foolish.As for I work in an environment of innovation,new media, technology and so forth (copied from your email to me) well we have had many peploe from that exact environment contact us to say they think the product is great and have also offered their services to us on how we can improve. Rapid Info is a living product as it constantly has to change and reinvent itself to meet the demands of the ever changing society we find ourselves in and many have offered to assist us in doing just that. The site is currently being converted to meet the demands for cell phone users (so they can use the site on their phone), downloads, shopping portals, blogging, rss feeds and many other things which peploe expect to find regarding a site in this day and age. We had to start somewhere and Rome was not built in a day.We had extensive test groups carried out for the design, look and feel of the site for our direct target market and have custom built it to their expectations and requirements it isn’t meant for everyone. It also will change over time as the South African market catches up to the general internet market out there so the design of it is not here to stay forever. As it is a new and introductory site we decided to go with what South Africans know and then ease them into what should be i.e. what you see overseas plus web 2.0 / 3.0 etc.All content is from reputable sources and has taken 6 months to do. We publish 90 articles every month and unfortunately mistakes will happen For this we apologise. Not to mention the 300 PDFs on the site. We also seek to have original content hence certain rss feeds would be pointless.Baby steps and foundations are needed first running before we can walk is pointless. Not to mention that we had to get out there first before we could start with things like rss feeds. People are coming to us with their ideas and possible new developments and that is what we wanted. From September there will be a major change and the South African market won’t be scared of it because they will trust Rapid Info as a brand to move along with it.

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