The hardest lesson I ever learned in consulting was how to say “I don’t know.” Here I was, hired on for big bucks, and I didn’t know the answer. But I quickly learned that bluffing gets you nowhere fast. But we’ll come back to that… In the mean time, I must say how completely impressed I am […]
I guess I kind of touched Jon Toigo nerve when I said he was “promoting himself”. Sounds like he took offense to the term, but perhaps he shouldn’t have!
Without getting into the debate on blogketing (I’ll save that for another post), I was pretty impressed by Chuck Hollis’ recent post on ILM. I think he’s made a good discussion of the wherefores of ILM, and maybe counteracted a bit of the prevailing anti-ILM argument. I’ve been in the trenches on storage content (aka […]
The Storage Anarchist asks if corporate blogs are just so much marketing collateral. Well, to me, I always take them with a grain of salt. And not just those that directly emanate from a corporate domain name, either. Remember that Mr. Burke works for EMC and has blogged much more favorably about that company’s recent […]