RASUI and RAC Polls. Acronyms are Cool.

Not much to blog about. No, actually, I have an Olympic-sized swimming pool full of things to blog about, but I can’t. No time.

Since I’m working on a future Oracle product I’ve got RASUI on my mind. I thought this video seemed appropriate.

Polls Are Useless Without Critical Mass
Have all you readers participated in my (yet another) RAC poll?  By the numbers I’d say not. Please take a moment and visit the poll. Thanks.

1 Response to “RASUI and RAC Polls. Acronyms are Cool.”

  1. 1 Mark J. Bobak September 25, 2007 at 5:52 pm

    Wow, you’ve got to be a hard-core nerd to enjoy that video….and it helps if you’ve been in the IT business for at least a couple of decades.

    And yes, I must be an old-timer hard core nerd, cause I enjoyed watching it…..


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