“Greetings You really are a bunch of monkeys there. I was forced to find alternative bandwidth today because you cut me off before the actual end of the month, which is 12 hours from the time I am writing this. This after I asked you in September to cancel my contract on 1 October, but … Continue reading My letter to Branded Internet
Robert Scoble joined the party now, pointing out what Brendon and I wrote about two weeks ago - managing data across several cloud computing vendors. Nice to see I'm still a trend setter! Thanks, Brendon!
“Thank you for signing up to give us early feedback on Google Wave. We're happy to give you access to Google Wave and are enlisting your help to improve the product.” Now I just need to invite someone, otherwise it looks pretty dull.
My and Brendon's article on Matching Business Intelligence With Cloud Computing is available from here.
I wrote some new poems the other night, when I couldn’t sleep. Some of them are super-cheesy. Some of them are shocking. At least one has the F-bomb in it. Check out the “writing” link at the top of the page and click on “poetry” for the juice.
Work has been continuing apace on the all-new ShutOff. Featuring a console application at its core, ITS ShutOff is built on the Microsoft .NET framework. My language of choice is, of course, C#. What I’m really excited about is the modular way it is built. The console application is fully featured, which means that absolutely … Continue reading Coming soon: ShutOff 2000’s replacement