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The last time I was in London

Tuesday, July 1st, 2008

A little over a two years ago I thought about joining forces with a UK based Tivoli provider called Orb-Data. I flew out on a Thursday morning from JFK at about 8am and arrived the same day at about 7pm local London time. I love those kind of same day flights. On that Friday I [...]

Observations From a Big City

Wednesday, June 25th, 2008

I am in New York City this week and I always like to have a little fun at this great city’s expense. All out of townies should be required to have a compass and a map when riding the subway. This way they will know what exit to proceed to when they leave the subway [...]

Is Everyone an aaS?

Monday, June 23rd, 2008

There has been a lot of name calling among cloud vendors and a lot of cloud vendors have been calling other vendors aaSs by defining them into three specific categories. They seem to be making an aaS of themselves in the process. In my opinion trying to fit all cloud vendors into one aaS hole [...]

Off-Topic: Man V Wild

Saturday, April 5th, 2008

Hint: In the world according to Jon Krakauer, wild always wins. Last night I made the huge mistake of watching “Into the Wild” in my hotel room. I should have read the book first. I really like Krakauer’s other books, “Into Thin Air” and “Under the Banner of Heaven”, and I was convinced by a [...]

Top 10 Do’s and Dont’s in NYC

Friday, March 28th, 2008

Don’t eat at McDonalds when you are in NYC. Do eat at Smith and Wollensky’s Bar and Grill Side (Ask for George we played in a Rock Band in High School together). Don’t ask subway attendants any questions; they will just stare at you. Do say, “Hi” to people when walking down the street. After [...]

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