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We’ve come a long way, internet

How many of these products did you use in your time? I’m betting that we have seen a lot of time spent by you and I in these along the way. I remember when an “web log” became a blog. Seeing early websites as .net because they thought that .com implied “commerce” was a thing. This is a nifty look …

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23 Things Only 90s Sysadmins will Remember

Sometimes it’s a beautiful combination of laugh-inducing and cringeworthy as we look back on the start of our careers in IT. University and College students starting this September will have grown up entirely post-Y2K. Having grown up in enterprise IT through the 90s, I bet that you can share these things that will make you smile a little. Feel free …

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Customizing the Turbonomic HTML5 Login Screen Background

DISCLAIMER:  This is currently unsupported as any changes made to your Turbonomic login page may be removed with subsequent Turbonomic application updates.  This is meant to be a little bit of fun and can be easily repeated and reversed in the case of any updates or issues. Sometimes you want to spice up your web view for your application platforms. …

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Putting the Fun in Sales Funnel: the power of a technology agnostic approach

We see it happening every every day in the world of technology marketing. It’s the moment that a conversation about a particular product or process moves from conversational to adversarial. As a blogger, customer, and architect, I have multiple ways that I have to look at technology depending on how I’m going to consume and share information. I haven’t done …