Ahh lester, go on, kill that dog
Then ya can feed it to the blokes over at namibia, a feed of healthy pup might fix em up.
It may have escaped your notice that El Reg's US editor Ashlee "Blade" Vance will on 6 November be hosting what our Strategy Boutique has dubbed an "e-Symposium" on virtualization, in association with VMware and Intel. Yes, we know what you're thinking - bloody Web 2.0 webinar, I remember when it was all fields round here and …
Hmmmm, what sort of puppy? a terminally ill dog that is about to die? one that is a sick puppy? one that was abused mistreated and on 'death row' anyways? one with rabies?
*shrugs*, I'll signup anyways, its actually a decent reason to skip a lecture... hmmmm, half tempted to let my lecturer know, but he might actually get our lecture group to sign up and then mark us on it...
Holy Hannah - you lot call yourselves a UK focused news outlet - the timings for this e-Thingummywotsit are frankly ridiculous. If you think I'm staying chained to my bleedin' desk until after 8pm just to listen to a bunch of Yanks waffle on about some stuff that I've been using for a few years already then you've got to go and see your collective doctor - he needs to increase the dose of your medication!!!
I'm sorry Puppy but I would rather shoot my cat than suffer through anything that calls itself an "e-symposium".
In fact, anything that starts with an e- or an i- is an INSTANT turnoff for me these days.
Now it if was a d-symposium on the premature termination of marketing personnel (d- for DEATH!) then I'd be on board like a shot.
I'd even bring my own Chainsaw! <LOL>
> "The program looks promising."
This is supposed to be the UK version of El Reg, yes? Then why are we suffering from American English spellings!?
Especially when the link location itself (http://www.theregister.e-symposium.com/programme.php) gives the article's author plenty of help spelling such a troublesome word - with all those tricky "m"s!
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