Cloudy and podcast, with a chance of vain
I’ve been meaning to do a vlog, defined by urbandictionary.com as, “The next in the evolution of narcissism,” but that would require equipment beyond my fingers and the whole looking into a camera thing, so don’t make any plans. I’ve also considered a podcast, but in general, I find them difficult to consume, especially during my commute when consuming time is ample. Lately I’ve been traveling in silence. Well, except for the voices in my head, but that’s not important right now. What concerns me is how many times “I,” “my” or “me” appear in the opening paragraph…
In my breathless quest to whisper “Kronos cloud” into the ear of every Kronos customer, I discovered the cloudcast. With chief podsters Aaron Delp (@aarondelp) and Brian Gracely (@bgracely) named to the “Top 100 Cloud Computing Experts on Twitter,” plus 20% of the other 100 as guests, I think it’s way legit. Oh, the “podcast.” Wikipedia has a long definition, but it’s like a radio broadcast on the internet that you can listen to or download to your, um, pod.
You’re so vain. You probably think this blog is about you.