Online to Offline (was Re: [LINK] Funerals hit the Web)
Wed, 25 Sep 2002 13:45:53 +1000 (EST)
On Wed, Sep 25, 2002 at 10:02:14AM +1000, Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
> The Internet's killer ap?
Bad choice of word ? :) :)
> Funerals hit the Web
> September 25 2002
> People unable to attend funeral services can now see their loved ones being
> buried via the internet.
Seems like this is a new trend. The Japanese appears to have this service
using fiber optic link a few years back. Busy executives can even pay the
annual homage to their ancestors from their office desks. The Financial
Times has just the right title - Online to Offline,
Just the other day someone mentioning the price for a competition
that you'll kill yourself for:
Then there was another mentioning something that might even revive
the one that has passed away. No, not the potent cocktail. On second
thought, I better skip it since the content might be offensive to feminist
or those easily offended.
On a lighter side, for those people who had previously complained here
about the letter 'e' has been overused and there is now a general lack
of the character, here is the chance to bid in a auction for the big
'E', the Enron E logo weighing 200 lbs,
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