Way back in the day (we’re talking way back in high school here) I worked my summers away at a Six Flags park in Western New York. Every fall the park hosted an International Food Festival. Let me tell you – the perogies, sausage and gyro’s slid down like nobody’s business. But the real prize was the Italian bakery’s cannoli’s. The 5 or so folks that shared an office with me decided we should track our cannoli consumption. We did (like you do a drug or spin up VM’s just cause you can) something like 126 cannoli’s in one weekend. We called it the Cannoli Count – kept a tally o a whiteboard in the office. Sickening, right? So, what does this have to do with virtualization, you ask. Well, not much really, but here is where I am going with it. T-shirts are handed out like nobody’s business at VMworld, and they accumulate like a pack-rat’s pile of newspapers in my dresser drawers (I still have a high-school wrestling t-shirt that dates back to 1994 in the rotation). My VMware Widow wife hates them, so I figure I’ll see how many more I can collect this week. With two already in my hands after VMworld check-in, enter the:
I’ll keep the running tally going throughout VMworld – let’s see where this ends up (besides me cleaning out my dresser to avoid sleeping on the couch when I get home).