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Ugh. Hypergrid Business.

Posted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 10:41 am
by Brayla Sana ... n-techies/

This article is well, underwhelming. I added a comment to try to add some more information to it. Maria wasn't kidding when she said she was slowing down. All she would have to do was show up at one of the Sunday meetings and she would have had all she needed to make a better article. *sigh*

Re: Ugh. Hypergrid Business.

Posted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 2:49 pm
by Chris Namaste
yours & ilan reply are good at that article
i wanted to sign in there,but 'they want to access & have the right to see your ip & use y info' so i did not (duh!)
sadly some pple think they know all
so good that u both explained it well with additionnal & right info
(i really wish i cld come onsundays,but typing 'conversations', isnt possible-its so difficult to accept that,in life)

Re: Ugh. Hypergrid Business.

Posted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 2:55 pm
by Ilan Tochner
Thank you Brayla,

I exchanged many emails with Maria about this article, what you see now is a bit more informative than the one she initially published but, IMO it still frames our new offering in a way that doesn't do it justice. She told me I can post comments on her article to add additional information.

I would really appreciate it if the people who've attended our meetings and who do get it would add comments there. I fear her many readers won't quite understand the unique value proposition we're offering. This isn't just another way to get a grid, it goes much further than that in enabling people to manage the requirements that arise from owning one.

Re: Ugh. Hypergrid Business.

Posted: Wed Jan 16, 2019 8:04 pm
by Brayla Sana
Chris Namaste wrote:
Wed Jan 16, 2019 2:49 pm
(i really wish i cld come onsundays,but typing 'conversations', isnt possible-its so difficult to accept that,in life)
Chris, If you wanted to stop by and be a 'fly on the wall' - I wouldn't mind and I am sure everyone else feels the same.

As for Hypergrid Business, I am still salty about her letting Sacrarium into the grid survey. Really? You don't know what they do?

Re: Ugh. Hypergrid Business.

Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 1:10 pm
by Chris Namaste
im one of the greeters, and i give it 'my all' to help pple - as ilan knows (you donno me really, -what i do & am- nor do i know u really -what u do or are-),
i wldnt say to u that 'i dont mind u come be a fly on a wall' (its not respectful to talk to nice pple,that way is it)

ive been askd alot to come to themeetings - by pple who know that i contribute & friends who are there (till they understood i cld only attend, exept in voice & not in typing)
i do not wanna,b 'a fly on a wall' and its not upto you to say : 'i dont mind' - thats upto owners

fyi : im a person who contributes, asks questions & looks for solutions & helps in many ways (only known by the one who i help)
i prefer to read,what ilan writes as info,then being like 'sitting in a meeting' losing my time that i have so little off

the many pple with me, wekeep giving,it our best & doing the honest thing &do a good job

Re: Ugh. Hypergrid Business.

Posted: Mon Jan 28, 2019 9:45 am
by Moonrise Azalee
@Chris ~ I just want to point out that being a 'fly on the wall' is not an insult, it only refers to being present in a situation in which you are able to observe and take in all the information. It is not meant as a disrespecting comment - Being at the meetings is nice in that you can keep a log of the meeting and read it later. Really the key part of it is Ilan laying out how things are going. You don't have to type to be there. I understand that yes it does take up an hour of the day and you do offer much help as it is, just know that everyone is always welcome to be there in whatever way theyc an (for me most often I was always making lunch for the kids right then, now they sleep in and have only just finished breakfast by then so I'm able to catch most of it :D