Marmite of Virtual desktops
Not the best metaphor!
Now that Marmite is no longer under the control of the Gilmour family, who presumably were proud of their product, but produced by the accountant-riddled firm Unilever, has anyone else noticed that the Wikipedia definition: "paste" no longer applies.
In my experience, modern Marmite actually flows. Presumably one step in the _secret_ process for its production involved some means of turning the suspension of autolysed yeast into the paste - one would guess, by the evaporation of water under low pressure.
It seems to me that now less water is evaporated from the material, a double boost for the manufacturers, since they are now able to sell water instead of a proportion of the paste that was sold previously and at the same time use a smaller amount of energy in the evaporation unit process. Unfortunately I am unable to compare the water content of current product with that of former product, since I cannot find a sample of the former product to use, so this is only a guess, but the effect -lower viscosity - seems to be demonstrable.
As a certain publication that I regularly read would say: "Trebles all round!"
So is the virtualisation now going to be thinner?