A couple of weeks ago, I delivered a presentation on The History of Lotus Notes at the e-Office event in the Netherlands.  After posting a link online, many of you provided feedback that will help me improve the presentation.  

In the meantime, I also received some interesting e-mails.  Both Alan Lepofsky and Art Thomas, one of the Domino admin team's chief gurus, sent me a link to the Notes History database, which I had totally forgotten about.  Some "good stuff" there.  Then over the weekend, I received a message from Ray Ozzie, who had heard about my presentation.  While I humbly apologized to Ray for deeming myself a worthy steward for telling his baby's history, he did send some pretty cool screenshots, like these:

Image:Ray’s archives go back further than mine

Image:Ray’s archives go back further than mine

Image:Ray’s archives go back further than mine

It's my intention in the next few weeks to incorporate that feedback and post an updated version...just haven't gotten to it yet.  Keep those cards and letters coming...

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