Cloudkick has once again expanded the reach of its web-based infrastructure monitoring service. First, it moved beyond Amazon EC2-like compute clouds and into private data centers. And now, it's pushing into turkey smokers. With a blog post earlier this week, the startup announced that its Cloudkick Hybrid service can now be …
smoked with oranges, ewwww.
Bacon on the other hand, nom nom.
They might not be able to spell coloUr, but they do know how to push the boundaries of cooking meat.
anyone else misread "connecting" the thinkpad as "cooking" the thinkpad?
I thought for a minute they where testing it's performance under high-temp conditions.
"Backwoods Chubby smoker"
that's got to be a euphemism.
Now we need an search tool that starving nerds (and the young ones are always hungry, no?) can use to track down neighbors, friends, and acquaintances with turkeys nearing doneness.
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