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Myrtle Beach VMUG meeting tomorrow

Just a quick post as a reminder for anyone in the Myrtle Beach, SC, area – we have an inaugural VMware Users Group meeting tomorrow at Barefoot Resort starting at noon.  If you need additional information or need to register, please go to the VMware website and register.  Vizioncore is sponsoring the meeting and Chris […]

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Officially obtaining my VCP

This weekend, I had a nice surprise.  When we returned home from errands on Saturday, I found our mail waiting on the front steps instead of inside the mailbox, as normal.  There was a larger envelope which I flipped over to quickly find it was from VMware.  At last, my official welcome package as a […]

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Selecting my VMworld schedule

VMworld opened session registration for attendees earlier this week.  For anyone who hasn’t attended, you use the VMworld website to register for sessions ahead of time and specifically register for the instructor led labs offered during the conference. There are lots of great sessions and many of the ones I’m interested in are scheduled at […]

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Myrtle Beach area VMUG – Aug 6

I blogged previously about a ‘local’ VMUG in Wilmington, NC, but since then, I received word of a VMUG much closer to home.  The first meeting for a Myrtle Beach VMware Users Group will be held on Aug 6 from 12 until 2 pm at Barefoot Resort in North Myrtle Beach.  Me and several of […]

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VMworld 2009 is coming up soon

Its a little over a month prior to VMworld 2009 in San Francisco.  I recieved my approvals from work and I’ll be attending again this year and I’m anticipating a great conference with lots of great material to bring back.  I am patiently waiting for my notification that we can begin registering for sessions and […]

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Moneywell, I’ve all but abandoned thee

Yeah, seems like today is a day of #fail for me.  I realize today scanning over my blog content that I’ve all but abandoned my new buddy Moneywell.  Its very close to a month since I used it last and although I really like the software, its different and I’m having troubles with that.  I […]

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Visual Voicemail problems – self inflicted!

So, I have been suffering from a self-inflicted visual voicemail problem.  Its been going on for a month; but I only discovered it last night.   I may have tried the Internet tethering work-around for the iPhone which apparently changed my voicemail network settings on the iPhone.  I had to go in and manually enter […]

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Quicken updates timeline again for Financial Life

Quicken has again pushed back its release date for Quicken Financial Life for Mac, now anticipating its release in February of 2010 .  This is about the third time that Quicken has pushed back the release of this new software.  It was originally debuted (in much the same form as today) back in January, 2008, […]

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What’s missing in Chrome OS?

Following up on my earlier post about Chrome OS, I got to thinking.  Google has GMail for email, Talk for chat, Google Docs for word processing, spreadsheets and presentations, and a slew of other cloud based apps.  But what is missing from their portfolio and therefore missing in Chrome OS?  I know we don’t know […]

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Chrome OS announced, consumers will be the winner

Making the statement that all you need to run today is now online, Google has introduced it own OS – dubbed Chrome OS and largely based around its Chrome web browser.  Its a bold statement where thick-clients are still the de-facto standard.  But it comes at a time where online applications like GMail and Google […]

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