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June 11, 2007

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Hi Irving,

You probably don't remember me.

I was the ex-CTO i-DNS.net and you were on our board for a while. We don't have much direct interaction then. NY & SG is 12 hours apart but we did went to a baseball game together once.

Anyway, I just want to say that I have a lot of admiration for you and your work. I have followed your blog since the beginning quietly and I enjoyed your postings.

One of the greatest joy of blogging is to know there is someone out there who reads your blog. I am sure you have no lack of audience :-)

Good luck with your retirement and keep on blogging. I hope to see you sometimes again soon.

James Seng

Hi Irving,

You probably don't remember me.

I was the ex-CTO i-DNS.net and you were on our board for a while. We don't have much direct interaction then. NY & SG is 12 hours apart but we did went to a baseball game together once.

Anyway, I just want to say that I have a lot of admiration for you and your work. I have followed your blog since the beginning quietly and I enjoyed your postings.

One of the greatest joy of blogging is to know there is someone out there who reads your blog. I am sure you have no lack of audience :-)

Good luck with your retirement and keep on blogging. I hope to see you sometimes again soon.

Nink

Retired !!!

To use the word retired in reference to IWB would be somewhat of an inaccurate description. I would suggest an increased number of available cycles that you may or may not choose to utilize for non work related tasks maybe more appropriate.

Irving I will continue to visit your blog every week as I am sure many others from IBM will do so as we continue to look to you for guidance and direction. The strategies, knowledge and assistance you have provided us has been inspirational for all IBMers not just from your blog but also through your emails, virtual world conferences and even the odd late night instant messages.

See you in world

Nink Noonan AKA Peter Finn
(I decided not to abandon my real life persona after all)

David

Irving,
I guess part of the motivation to write, is to be read. Can you share any reader statistics of your blog. How many, from which continent, etc... WHO reads IWB ?
all the best, David, Belgium.

Ignacio Gomez-Landero Escandón

I admire your direct style . I also have a blog - http//tesaurusfidei.blog.com - dedicated to the relation that I see between the new IT technologies and God our Creator . The new technologies are nothing but pure spirit . I see therefore a direct relation between them and God . I am also very happy when I post something in my blog.
Thank you for your excellent articles . I admire your sincerity and your efforts to explain to everybody your feelings and thoughts . God bless you and all the good bloggers in the world.You are welcome to my house if you come to Toledo ( Spain ) , where I live with my wife and my two little children. ¡ Te deseo lo mejor , amigo !

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