(Photo: Rain-soaked yak and handler by DeeDee)
The Yak Whisperer is a journal of my travels to Mongolia. Or at least it will be when I get there. Or more likely, when I get back. You may find some SPOT GPS updates here
I bought the domain name from a failed Kleiner-Perkins productivity-enhancing social-networking unified messaging cloud infrastructure SaaS virtual distributed open source crowdsource system that was, alas, ahead of its time. Possibly by several centuries. Despite the obvious nascent demand for the local nomadic culture to increase the size of their online ecosystem, it seems that without access to high-speed broadband, Mongolia's generation Z is going to build their social network by traveling by camel and actually meeting in person. As if that's scalable.
All I can say is their loss is our gain.
Tune in again tomorrow, won't you?
Or as they say in Mongolia: Namaste, dude.
--Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar
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