Okay, this post starts with a bit of dark history. On New Years day 2001, on my way home from a great New Years eve celebration in Luna Park, after watching the Fireworks launch off Sydney Harbour bridge, I was attacked and had my nose broken as well as my collar bone.
I have been intending to write this for a number of weeks. But procrastination and a busy transition of roles at work knocked that back.
On Monday the 2nd Of October, 2017, Satish Singh, a colleague and friend of mine, passed away in Austin, Texas. Continue reading
A very short but important post. It has been hard but we’ve finally built the Dell EMC Elect Community. The Founders worked very hard to make this happen. As did I and many others.
Are you still trying to convince your boss to send you to Dell EMC World in May?
Are you hovering over the decision to head to a convention in the desert that you’re not sure will answer your questions about what you want to know Dell EMC?
Well we have something that might convince you, that includes, exclusive access, exclusive networking opportunities, and direct conversation with your the top person you follow for Dell EMC insights and information. Continue reading
Well its official. No longer behind the scenes, EMC Elect and the Dell Tech Centre Rockstars have joined forces to create the Dell EMC Elect program.
Dell EMC Elect is a community-driven recognition and thank you for individual’s engagement with Dell EMC as a brand over the last calendar year. Continue reading
The Following was the penultimate post I logged on Facebook before I deleted my account:
“Long post ahead. Its 1:45 am, 4th January and I have decided to close off my Facebook account. I’m in the process of downloading my content. I am not doing it because I dislike Facebook. I like it a lot. Perhaps too much. I do have concerns for free speech and the corporations alliances with extreme Leftist liberal leaning people and governments and vested interests who want to control things because they know better than the rest of us. Granted thats my perspective. But really it’ not that important or whats driving me to do this.. The real reason for giving up Facebook is that its too easy to the point of being a pavlovian behaviour to keep in touch with people.
It doesn’t feel real anymore. Continue reading