This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: Google’s expectations of privacy, VMware’s expectations of profit, Dave’s expectations of SELinux, and Gunnar’s inflated expectations of productivity software.
- Leviathan by Scott Westerfeld
- Incarnations of Immortality by Piers Anthony
- Google: Cloud users have ‘no legitimate expectation of privacy’
- Why Some Startups Say the Cloud Is a Waste of Money
- VMware CEO: OpenStack is not for the enterprise
- What’s a ball-peen hammer?
- “‘We want to own corporate workload… We all lose if they end up in these commodity public clouds. We want to extend our franchise from the private cloud into the public cloud and uniquely enable our customers with the benefits of both. Own the corporate workload now and forever.'” – Pat Gelsinger, VMware CEO, making friends
- NC DataPalooza
- NIST Cloud Computing and Mobility workshop
- Red Hat Government Symposium registration now open!
- Dave’s Multilevel Security with Red Hat Enterprise Linux and SELinux video series
- Autonomic Resources’ OpenShift: reserve your account
- Gunnar’s shaving the yak, and back with Remember the Milk
Cutting Room Floor
- Getty’s Digital Resources free to all
- Indy Web: Meet the Hackers Who Want to Jailbreak the Internet
- Something for Gunnar’s coffee table — Infographic: An Amazing Atlas of the World Wide Web
- Teaching kids STEM with zombies and graphing calculators
- Unreadable Binary Epoch clock
We Give Thanks
- Gunnar thanks Dave for not saying “cyber” this episode