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Joint Strike Fighter – Commodities and #FlightOps

F-35C Lightning II

With the deliberate abstraction of hardware from software in the Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) , the US and development partners are creating the potential for realizing the customization and training powers of commoditization we’ve seen in the datacenter server world.

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If it’s amazing, but unusable, is it still a cloud?

In Boston this week planning for the new fiscal year, I stayed in a brand new boutique hotel. So brand new that the price was well below any of the local chains, and they hadn’t worked out all of their kinks.

The look and comforts of the room was excellent: clean design furniture, Lavazza in-room coffee, great shower, fireplace, big fluffy towels, the works. It was a beautiful room, and no expense was spared in making guests comfortable in this small but luxurious place. But, then I had to use the room.

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West Village on Georgetown

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Person of Interest is filming in my neighborhood today, and the crew has changed some of the street signs.

I probably would not have noticed, except this happens to be the “famous” corner where Waverley intersects with itself. Remember Kramer getting lost in the West Village and stumbling upon intersection of 1st and 1st?

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Weather be damned, we’re putting the top down!

2013-12-19 14.34.57as seen on Waverly Place @ Gay Street

 

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McRib Model of Cloud Operations


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Good luck to all of today’s travelers. Happy Thanksgiving.

http://www.wnyc.org/story/photos-day-transportation-history-new-yorks-penn-station-opened/

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Sargent vs Velazquez

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http://www.newshelton.com/wet/dry/?p=11995

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Things change… but no so much

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h/t: http://feedly.com/k/1erWJiT

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My future reading room

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Three Eyed Baboon – Brooklyn

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