October 28, 2010

Interesting article. This has been on the horizon since the iPod, so it's not likely a surprise to anyone. Still, doesn't bode well for Microsoft or certain aspects of technology. Not always good when the dinosaur disappears.

Microsoft's consumer brand is dying

With their cash stockpile you can't rule out anything, but Microsoft will need a major culture shift to recapture some of its lost luster & glory.


October 25, 2010

Like to get up early? Want to learn about cloud computing? Want a free breakfast? If you answered yes to any of these questions then you want to attend the next Telehouse Breakfast on Broadway event. It's this Thursday (10.28) from 8:30a-11a. Best of all, Syzygy 3 is presenting at this gathering of keen technology minds.

Telehouse is a global data center provider with two locations (soon to be three) here in the NYC. Breakfast on Broadway is the Telehouse way of educating their clients and various attendees on the latest and greatest in technology (beyond just data center technologies).

The Syzygy 3 presentation is entitled: What is the right cloud computing solution? This will be a basic overview of steps to take in determining whether an outsourced or in-house cloud solution is your best bet for certain functions. This will be a general guide not a complete process (we get paid to do those things).

If you're so inclined, register for the event using the link below. Hope to see you there.

Telehouse Breakfast on Broadway


October 07, 2010

I said yesterday that history was there for the taking. Well Mr. Halladay (Doctober - love that) certainly kept up his end of the bargain.


And can I say, that Larry Anderson's clap and chuckle at the end of the WPHT (Phillies home radio station) highlight is just classic.


October 06, 2010

History is there for the taking (though Polanco's back has my stomach in further knots). The postseason is riding on H2O; let's hope all three are up to the task.


October 01, 2010

Love this article and I don't event understand it all. Still, what I do understand is good stuff.

What is the "true" cloud journey?