Dugie (blog to follow – I suggested getting anywhere he could slap some discreet, tasteful advertising and use his opinions to pay for the hosting) hosted the Brisbane Virtual Server User Group tonight (for the last time before it becomes BIG forever, I think I caught), and a good time was had by all. Except for when Dugie alleged that my carefully designer-stubbled visage looked like I’d just got a permanent morning-after look.
Kudos to whomever ordered the pizza: thin pepperoni and a marked lack of pineapple were well-received (except by those inferior types that actually like pinapple on pizza, but that’s a rant for another time).
Angus did the first-ever OneNote presentation I’ve seen, and… it rocked. Great use of OneNote – the screenshots were captured in it, so why not use it for the presentation directly? Well, he did. The Lab In A Rack system was interesting too- carving chunks of utilization out of multiple Virtual Server back-end systems (and don’t forget to download his sexy self-portrait screensaver from his website, available soon).