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From the Christmas Day swim, I've just pushed a few photos to Flickr. Flickr is experiencing some issues with the database so not all of their postings are immediately working.
This year presents some exciting opportunities, and as is traditional various predictions for 2006 have sprouted up across the web. First some business predictions from Southeast VC, a local consortium who has some interesting predictions.
Next up, Jon Udell gives his usual insightful and well informed predictions. Check here to take a look. From my perspective the Enterprise Social Software is the most interesting.
ZDNet has probably the broadest range of commentators across the technology spectrum. I frequently comment on their postings or trackback to various postings. VOIP will continue to go more and more mainstream. Russell Shaw, posts his thoughts on 2006 VOIP futures.
And lastly, the Channel 9 Forums, the mecca for much of the Microsoft and .NET developer speculation and debate provides a some unofficial but solicited thoughts for 2006.
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