Where does time go?

December 30, 2011

Since I’ve made a few public promises (on Twitter, no less) stating that I’d actually post something by the end of the year (2011; last post was in June 2011), I’ve decided to actually KEEP that promise.  To that end, here’s my quick ‘n dirty post for the end of the 2011.

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Designing my Dream Job

June 27, 2011

One benefit of being gainfully under-employed is having those brief bursts of inspiration that allow you to get on paper (or blog) those streaming bits of ideas that could change your destiny.  Perhaps there’s a bit of hyperbole worked in there (ok, a whole lot) but the fact remains, when the mind is allowed to […]

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Response to: Economics of Carbonite/Dropbox

May 24, 2011

This morning, Dave Cahill (@dcahill8) posted a rather in-depth look at Carbonite and provided a counter to their business model by including Dropbox.  While Dave is a conservative guy, I’m really not, so, I took the challenge to hopefully expound upon what I think is Dropbox’s COGS model.  The original article is here: The Economics […]

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The Cloud Provider Strata Post (IRM, Nasuni, Nirvanix)

April 12, 2011

Since it’s been roughly (i don’t know) several months since i last wrote (and yes, i’m doing the e.e. cummings thing by only using lower case letters), i decided it was time to motivate the sedentary gray matter between my ears and actually put finger to keyboard to…pontificate, really over the recent events in the […]

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iPhone for Business (and Utility)

November 8, 2010

I know, I know.  This post isn’t about my work @ Cirtas Systems nor is it about the fundamental shift in storage technologies away from on-premise to cloud. Rather, it’s about the adventures I’ve had since getting my iPhone and attempting to make it a worthwhile replacement for my old Blackberry Bold 9700.
The Basics
I grabbed […]

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