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As sure as the Sun shall rise...

Over the last couple of weeks, I've been reading some truly mind-boggling bull-crap being spewed out about our country's e-government development by several highly qualified individuals from several big IT firms.

Please lah guys, we actually need more people who will give us their honest opinions, not more lip-service. Once again I wish I could be more like my buddy Pat but I can't... So anyway, in the spirit of boot-polishing, I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon and do some spewin' myself:
"In my expert opinion, as someone who has architected several seamless paradigms, we are going very well indeed, and in the right direction, given that we are synthesizing impactful functionalities, leveraging holistic relationships, empowering user-centric networks, transitioning effective paradigms, cultivating plug and play partnerships, innovating transparent architectures, optimizing killer infrastructures, maximizing efficient portals, and engineering synergistic web services."
Wow that felt so good. Try it yourself. Click here

Comments

SoulJah said…
Thank goodness you ended that sentence "from several big IT firms."

Because I am in the IT industry on the Government side, and we're doing our damnedest to materialize the e-government vision. The fruits of our labor is not apparent to the general public, but it's there, and its on course.
AnakBrunei said…
Souljah: thats good to know buddy... keep up the hard work

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