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2014-04-28 11:43:20 AM  
#34: deslide.clusterfake.net (but don't bother clicking; the whole thing's just a crummy commercial).
 
2014-04-28 11:48:29 AM  
And my eternal question as to what all these people do for jobs gets answered in a way.
 
2014-04-28 12:16:37 PM  
Mr. Ad Copywriter's 33 Favorite Blurbs.
 
2014-04-28 12:17:04 PM  
Ugh... do any of those 33 tech tools offer advice for de-sh#tting a horribly laid-out webpage?
 
2014-04-28 12:24:41 PM  
How about a tool that automatically indicates when a Fark link is a fscking slideshow (again)?
 
2014-04-28 12:26:48 PM  
I hope  subby's mom gets raped tonight for submitting the most shiattastic link I've ever seen on fark, and I hope whoever greenlit it falls down a flight of stairs into a bathtub full of broken fluorescent light bulbs and AIDS patient blood.

/no, really, you both suck that much.
//die
 
2014-04-28 12:29:54 PM  
LogmeIn got on that list?  That company can DIAF after EABOD.
 
2014-04-28 12:31:30 PM  
It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.
 
2014-04-28 12:35:40 PM  

BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.


Were you on my morning staff meeting?

Also, they left off my favorite tool of all time: http://www.bayden.com/slickrun/
 
2014-04-28 12:37:31 PM  

BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.


I just had a seizure.
 
2014-04-28 12:44:29 PM  

Almet: BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.

Were you on my morning staff meeting?

Also, they left off my favorite tool of all time: http://www.bayden.com/slickrun/


Yeah I was they guy pitching replacing our EC12 mainframe server with thousands of Windows RT tablets networked in parallel.
 
2014-04-28 12:44:49 PM  
Fark slideshows!
 
Ant
2014-04-28 12:45:47 PM  
The best tool: A job in the IT dept.
 
2014-04-28 12:51:40 PM  
Someone is pretending to like trying to support Identity Finder? For a bunch of Macs??? Wow, I don't even. Just.. Wow.
 
2014-04-28 12:52:53 PM  

Ant: The best tool: A job in the IT dept.


Yep.

Also, best site for settign things up is Zombo.com You can do  Anything there.
 
2014-04-28 12:59:36 PM  
Every single one of those read either like somebody trying to sell a tool they only needed because they're understaffed or a tool the writer was too high up in the organization to actually understand well enough to comment intelligently on.
 
2014-04-28 01:06:46 PM  

BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.


My favorite is from an email flyer we got from 3D Systems: 3D Printing 2.0.

The first two minutes alone should make you want to strangle the next person you see and it only gets worse from there.
 
2014-04-28 01:08:11 PM  

BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.


This is nothing personal but I want to punch you in the potatos for that.
 
2014-04-28 01:54:31 PM  

BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.


Ah.

The sweet, sweet smell of why I take a 40% pay cut to not deal with any of that bullshiat.
 
2014-04-28 02:21:18 PM  

TNel: LogmeIn got on that list?  That company can DIAF after EABOD.


Hamachi has been making my life in small business IT consulting much, much easier for years. I had been using it before LogMeIn bought it, but the paid subscription is worth every penny to me.
 
2014-04-28 02:25:02 PM  

skozlaw: Every single one of those read either like somebody trying to sell a tool they only needed because they're understaffed or a tool the writer was too high up in the organization to actually understand well enough to comment intelligently on.


I can't believe somebody is actually happy with Nasuni. The storage costs on those things are utterly ridiculous. I have to think that any organization big enough to afford deploying them could also come up with about 50 ways to do what those boxes do for a fraction of the cost.
 
2014-04-28 02:34:03 PM  

likefunbutnot: skozlaw: Every single one of those read either like somebody trying to sell a tool they only needed because they're understaffed or a tool the writer was too high up in the organization to actually understand well enough to comment intelligently on.

I can't believe somebody is actually happy with Nasuni. The storage costs on those things are utterly ridiculous. I have to think that any organization big enough to afford deploying them could also come up with about 50 ways to do what those boxes do for a fraction of the cost.



But when you amortize the cost and depreciate the equipment and downsize the hardware monkeys and reduce their coffee intake...it's still goddam expensive.
 
2014-04-28 02:46:02 PM  

meyerkev: BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.

Ah.

The sweet, sweet smell of why I take a 40% pay cut to not deal with any of that bullshiat.


Me too. I started as peon right after college and climbed the ladder into middle-management, 6 figure salary range.  Then I realized I was reading TPS reports and attending bullshiat meetings all day.  I quit and now I'm not even in the industry anymore.
 
2014-04-28 02:48:32 PM  

Driedsponge: BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.

My favorite is from an email flyer we got from 3D Systems: 3D Printing 2.0.

The first two minutes alone should make you want to strangle the next person you see and it only gets worse from there.


Damn, I forgot to use "2.0" and "paradigm shift."  Actually, that's good.  Maybe I'm starting to forget.
 
2014-04-28 03:11:41 PM  

likefunbutnot: TNel: LogmeIn got on that list?  That company can DIAF after EABOD.

Hamachi has been making my life in small business IT consulting much, much easier for years. I had been using it before LogMeIn bought it, but the paid subscription is worth every penny to me.


Yeah, it certainly makes things simpler for me.  Wonder why the diatribe from TNel?
 
2014-04-28 03:30:09 PM  

BigLuca: Almet: BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.

Were you on my morning staff meeting?

Also, they left off my favorite tool of all time: http://www.bayden.com/slickrun/

Yeah I was they guy pitching replacing our EC12 mainframe server with thousands of Windows RT tablets networked in parallel.


Your Boobies made my brain explode, and this one stomped on the pieces and set them on fire. Now my brain is nothing but little bits of burnt ash all over my cubicle. That wasn't very nice of you. Remind me to kill you if I meet you in person.
 
2014-04-28 03:51:01 PM  
Welcome to the future, where the ads are the content.
 
2014-04-28 04:01:12 PM  

pdieten: BigLuca: Almet: BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.

Were you on my morning staff meeting?

Also, they left off my favorite tool of all time: http://www.bayden.com/slickrun/

Yeah I was they guy pitching replacing our EC12 mainframe server with thousands of Windows RT tablets networked in parallel.

Your Boobies made my brain explode, and this one stomped on the pieces and set them on fire. Now my brain is nothing but little bits of burnt ash all over my cubicle. That wasn't very nice of you. Remind me to kill you if I meet you in person.


Then my work here is done.  And I'll put you on the "needs to kill me" list.  You're in the teens somewhere...
 
2014-04-28 04:04:16 PM  

Ivo Shandor: #34: deslide.clusterfake.net (but don't bother clicking; the whole thing's just a crummy commercial).


Be sure to drink your ovaltine.
 
2014-04-28 04:07:45 PM  

pdieten: BigLuca: Almet: BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.

Were you on my morning staff meeting?

Also, they left off my favorite tool of all time: http://www.bayden.com/slickrun/

Yeah I was they guy pitching replacing our EC12 mainframe server with thousands of Windows RT tablets networked in parallel.

Your Boobies made my brain explode, and this one stomped on the pieces and set them on fire. Now my brain is nothing but little bits of burnt ash all over my cubicle. That wasn't very nice of you. Remind me to kill you if I meet you in person.


Dem boobies will getcha, every time!
 
2014-04-28 04:31:19 PM  

likefunbutnot: TNel: LogmeIn got on that list?  That company can DIAF after EABOD.

Hamachi has been making my life in small business IT consulting much, much easier for years. I had been using it before LogMeIn bought it, but the paid subscription is worth every penny to me.


Teamviewer works well  if you want a "free for personal Use" occasional remote tool.
 
2014-04-28 05:20:30 PM  

Ivo Shandor: #34: deslide.clusterfake.net (but don't bother clicking; the whole thing's just a crummy commercial).


thanks for the warning!
 
2014-04-28 06:05:14 PM  
34- Being made of teflon:
Dring,,,
IT , no the email server is still down but thanks for calling 10 times in the last 15 minutes, you're making the process of getting it back up so much faster.
Dring...
IT, your computer is frozen and there is flame coming out of the "hard drive" and you haven't saved once all day? Let me transfer you to a priest at the local church.
 
2014-04-28 06:17:02 PM  

TNel: LogmeIn got on that list?  That company can DIAF after EABOD.


I always read it as "Log Mein", as in feces-flecked Chinese noodles.

So there's that...
 
2014-04-28 09:50:38 PM  
Veeam is actually a pretty stellar backup system for ESXi based VMs, the rest of that slide show of thinly veiled kiosk wall papercan suck my synergized, highly available, cloud-based, scalable dashboard enabled cyber nuts.
 
2014-04-28 10:41:53 PM  

BigLuca: It allows us to synergise and strengthen our core competencies and harness robust cloud data mining consolidation while maintaining a distributive positive vertical integration chain network solution for mapping our out-of-band dynamic workflow incidence response on a low cost per instance basis.


Yes, but what's the ROI? I think that should have been the real take away.
 
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