Category Archives: Blogging

Voting for Top vBlogs of 2016 is Open!

vSphere-land is running the annual voting for the Top Virtualization Blogs (vBlogs) of 2016. There are so many good blogs out there Eric (who runs vSphere-Land) has made two changes to the voting this year: To qualify, a blog needs … Continue reading

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For Vendors: Handling Negative Social Media Feedback — Three Case Studies and Some Tips

If you’re a right-thinking individual, you’ll find it hard to believe that sometimes not everyone agrees with everything I write. In fact, sometimes people have taken exception to things I write. On the rare event when it has happened, it’s … Continue reading

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Dave’s Blogging Tips: Don’t Wait

This is the first of what I’m hoping to turn into a series of blogging tips posts. I’m well aware that I haven’t been blogging anywhere’s near as long as some of the other folks out there have been. I’m … Continue reading

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Tech Bloggers’ Support Group – Beta Test

This is an idea I’ve been kicking around for a while. I’ve been thinking about how I’d like to be doing more with this blog: posting more often, creating series of posts, improving my writing skills, increasing my readership, etc. … Continue reading

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Top VMware and Virtualization Blog Survey 2015

The blog vSphere-land is holding its annual contest / voting survey for the top 50 VMware- and virtualization-related blogs of 2015. All blogs listed on the vLaunchPad site are eligible. This blog was added to the vLaunchPad after the nominations … Continue reading

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Most-Read GeekFluent Posts of 2013

I love metrics. OK, that’s not precisely true. I love the things we can learn from metrics, and the process of discovering that learning. In and of themselves, the metrics are nothing but numbers, and by themselves numbers just aren’t … Continue reading

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Most-Read GeekFluent Posts of 2012

Admittedly, metrics aren’t all that exciting in and of themselves — it’s the information and the trends behind them, driving the numbers that are interesting.  This, in a single sentence, is the idea behind the Big Data phenomenon. That said, … Continue reading

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