Poster: Let Us Stop Feeding The Machines With Human Blood

Digital Artwork, 2014. Inspirational verse captured in electronic frame relating to existing work practices and hoping for a better future.   Post Ops:A Non-Surgical Tale of Software, Fragility and Reliability 


Humour: Types of Networking Crap Poster

I figured this would make a good poster. So I made a poster about the “Types of Network Crap” (since I prefer not to use swear words on my blog) after a strong response to the tweet I did a couple of weeks ago.


Poster: Manager, Engineer, Architect, ITIL Consultant

Because ITIL sucks the enjoyment out of working in technology by making pointless administrative work.


Poster: Keep Calm, Do Networks Everywhere

Keep Calm and Do Network Everywhere.


Poster: Cloud Kittens

Because Cloud Computing wouldn’t kill just ONE kitten at a time.

Poster: The Eight Levels of Vendor Acceptance

The answer that you get from your vendor is never a __YES__ , or, not directly. This handy guide is the eight levels of vendor acceptance where answers

Poster: Servers, Tablets. Just Desktops and Printers to Go.

I did this a while back, but with Cisco recently announcing the VXI thin client desktops in the last week or so, it seems more relevant that ever. Enjoy.

Announcing EtherealMind’s Router Wash

EtherealMind is proud to present the first product in a new and exciting range of networking grooming products designed to specifically keep your networking looking and smelling great.

Cisco and their Security Strategy

Recently, the Security Strategy from Cisco has become vague and ill defined.

Poster – Reassuringly Expensive

My view on the Cisco tax and John Chambers charging a premium.

Cisco CRS-3 Motivational Marketing Poster

My new poster on the Cisco CRS-3 announcement.

Poster: Cisco 360˙Program Training Waiver

In some way, the CCIE OEQ Waiver sounds like a mafia protection racket.

Cisco Borderless Networks Motivational Marketing Poster

Cisco Borderless Network motivational marketing poster.

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