going through..now maybe you knew this..and maybe you didnt..but here it is………..
BETA Definition….. BETA – A term given to a product that isn’t ready for public consumption, but is good enough for a wider testing scope. Many companies publicly release their beta software to a fraction of their users to let them get experience with the new software while the company gets feedback on bugs and features.
WHAT THE ??? So WE are the testers and we are the ones who are doing all the
work and they are waiting for US to T E L L T H E M what the problems are!!!!
WELL no damn wonder that it is taking so long for them to fix things on this
MSN SPACES blog nightmare. I wonder if BLOGGER is the same now? I mean they are calling it BLOGGER BETA..So this will go on and on for a long time..not just a series of a few weeks. The process of this just depresses me. Can you imagine weeks and weeks of blogging problems and headaches…UGH! Everytime I see the word BETA from now on I will think of us MSN SPACERS going through so many trials and tribulations..
What we go through for progress…it had better be good in the end!
Here is a space I found also from Mo Moments space..It’s called DONNA’s PLACE. She calls herself "Yellow Jeep Blonde" becausee she loves to ride on the beach in her yellow jeep. Donna is a divorced, 45year old data base administrator.."The water the sand, cold beer are her favorite things..SHe says…
"I’m a cross between a computer nerd and a beach bum from the deep South (and proud of it). Love driving my Jeep on the beach.Love to laugh! And LOVE my two boys (who are all grown up)!"
I started reading some of Donna’s entries and came across the story of her experience with the TV show PRICE IS RIGHT. Here is a sample of her entry from AUG 10..
."So I got on the bus. We got there about 1pm, got our tickets (they’re first-come first-serve) and got in line. Luckily, since southern California has such beautiful weather year-round, it wasn’t bad standing outside all day. While we’re waiting in line, I was making friends with people from my bus and the busload of college kids behind us. And everybody was talking about what they wanted to win. Me – I didn’t want to win anything. I was just there to watch. Well, they started letting us in, but on the way in, you had to go through this little 30 second interview process. There was a man and a lady with a clipboard making notes and asking everybody different questions like "Where are you from?" and "What do you do?" and such as that. Some people were nervous, but I wasn’t. I wasn’t trying to get on, so I was as comfortable as could be talking to them. [I had heard that they liked people who were from out of town, folks with funny names or different accents] I don’t really remember what they asked me, but I remember that they didn’t ask me where my accent was from and as the lady was shewing me away, I said, "You didn’t even ask me where I was from. . ." She said, "I didn’t have to." Hmmm. I guess a southern accent is a southern accent. Anyway, we went in and got our seats. Then the same lady with the clipboard went up on stage and was looking around and making more notes. They were figuring out who they were going to call down."
READ MORE HERE AT DONNA’S PLACE..DID SHE GET PICKED..DID SHE WIN?