Soy infirmada en Buenos Aires.
It’s inevitable when you travel for business you’re gonna get sick, although I try to avoid it like the plague.
Otherwise, my time in Buenos Aires has been quite bueno so far (including the soccer match), and fortunately so far I’ve not been hindered by the apparent global BlackBerry outage.
Of course, if you’re a Lotus Symphony user, there’s always this new mobile solution, which provides for a portable version of Symphony that can be used in Keepod USB devices.
The new tool lets users launch Symphony directly from the USB device without leaving a trace of the data, or the application, on the host computer.
As for me, if I’m not feeling better soon, I’m hopeful that my IBM Research friends can help me with my malady.
ZDnet’s “Between the Lines” blog is reporting that IBM Research created a new and fast medical diagnostic testing system that’s based on a silicon chip, which uses small samples to test for multiple diseases.
The implications of the research are substantial, and the results are being published in the December issue of the Royal Society of Chemistry.
Meanwhile, muchas gracias to mi amigo Koran here in Buenos Aires for the Claritin D — here’s hoping I Live Claritin Clear for the next few days!