the latest gapingvoid “All-Over”; this time for the Cisco cloud.

This made me so happy: Instead of YET ANOTHER infographic thingy (Is it just me or are they all starting to look the same?), Cisco commissioned us to produce a cloud-related “gapingvoid All-Over” for their upcoming  #vBrownBag event that they’re sponsoring at VMworld, the big cloud computing conference.

As Cisco’s Amy Lewis blogged:

@ciscoDC is a proud sponsor of #vBrownBag this year. Known for their work in the virtualization space, a guide to all things training, we’ve included some great information on their USB key of awesome. The #vBrownBag crew will be out in force, and they’re easily identified. Remember, it’s all about the visuals. Visit the ProfessionalVMware.com blog for complete details on the happenings with their crew. Great information, check it out.

 [...]

Whether you’re there IRL or enjoying the show from the comforts of wifi, follow @ciscoDC and #ciscovmw for livetweeting from key sessions, updates from roving reporters Josh Atwell andScott Hanson, and whiteboard showdowns from industry leaders as part of Engineers Unplugged (like MTV Unplugged, but with whiteboards and tech rock stars). Like theCiscoDC Facebook page for insider pictures, caption challenges, and more.

Your turn. How do you approach VMworld? Share a link to your blog, whiteboard pic, or video. Tweet @ciscoDC with #ciscovmw as the tag.

As I’ve said more than once before, I’m spending a lot of time thinking about The Cloud and “Big Data”. I think it’s going to be huge; it’s going to change the world; far more so than most people imagine.

I know, I know, when you say “The Cloud” to people, they mostly scratch their head. But the head-scratching it generates reminds me A LOT of the head scratching that happend when you mentioned “The Internet” to people, back in the 1990s. Or “Personal Computers”, back in the 1970s.

Unlike the Internet, the language that describes The Cloud is still very much in embryo stage. The art, ditto.

Yes, the whole thing is nebulous- that’s why it’s called The CloudIf it weren’t, they’d call it something else.

So that’s what’s driving me in this direction, intellectually. If it interests you as well, maybe it’s best to go check out Amy’s link and go poke around a little. Rock on.

[If you’re in the mar­ket for an "all-over" like this, feel free to con­tact gaping­void CEO Jason Kor­man any­time: jason at gaping­void dot com. Thanks Again…]

 

Speak Your Mind

*

Comment through Twitter

Are you ready to work with us?

Get More Info

Testimonials

Hugh MacLeod is a genius.  Genius.

Seth Godin
Best Selling Author

His work acknowledges the absurdity of workaday life, while also encouraging employees to respond with passion, creativity, and non-conformity...   MacLeod’s work is undeniably an improvement over the office schlock of yore. At its best, it’s more honest, and more cognizant of the entrepreneurial psyche, while still retaining some idealism.

The New Republic
Lydia Depillis

Last year my State of the College address was 76 slides loaded with data. This year it was 14 cartoons that were substantially more memorable.

Len Schlesinger
Former President, Babson College

"There are only two daily newsletters that I look forward to opening and reading every time they show up to my inbox: Seth Godin's and gapingvoid."

Tony Hsieh
CEO, Zappos

In moments of indecision I glance at the wall [to Hugh's work] for guidance.

Brian Clark
@copyblogger
 
  • Seth Godin
  • The New Republic
  • Len Schlesinger
  • Tony Hsieh
  • Brian Clark
prevnext