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A New Moto for System Administrators
I noticed that nj_dodge and ekarjala have created a flickr group ABC – Always Be Capturing possibly inspired from the sales persons favorite moto "Always Be Closing" featured in the film Glengarry Glen Ross !
So following on from recent real world System Administration experience I've thought I'd try to come up with a ABC moto for SysAdmins !
First I thought of:
- Always Be Backing Up
but the TLA of this is ABBU instead of ABC so I then thought of changing it slighty
- Always Be Copying
- Always Be Cloning (too virtualisation specific ?)
are there any better ABC motos for SysAdmins ?
VOX gamer groups of groups (GOG)
- http://starwarsfans.groups.vox.com/ actually its not a game !
Another day means yet another article about facebook in the metro !
Todays facebook story is
- Half of firms ban facebook
Here are some other technology stories in todays metro
- Monster website cracked !
- Does Google have too many cookies ?
- Arm wrestling arcade game machine breaks three players arms !
- Extra-marital dating website says men travel 212km to have affairs while women only travel 17km !
there are plenty of other social media networks out there so why do we never hear about VOX, NING, XING in the metro ?
maybe PC Pro own the metro and are slowly turning it into a daily newspaper for geeks and hackers !
Now that I would read EVERYDAY !
Have you applied (and been accepted) yet to the BBC Yahoo London Hack Day ?
You’ve now got two weeks to start thinking about what kind of hack you want
to build, and—if you want—to find other people to hack with.
This is what you need to know before the day:
- Doors open 9am at the Palm Court entrance of Alexandra Palace…
- Talks start at 10am and run to 2pm when the hacking begins…
- There will be wi-fi throughout, but no free computers. Bring your own!
- There will be space to sleep if you want to bring a sleeping bag…
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