200% Perculiar now.
The fire hydrant of knowledge has been affixed firmly to my head for a long time now. Though the flow of information on products and services from high to low and left to right has not slowed down. In fact it has sped up! The innovation by everyone, everday, is incredible.
In a tornado of awesomeness for sure!
I really should blog more. But Twitter and LinkedIn make it so much easier than blogging. Then again I do need to rekindle my love of tech. And doing consulting in Australia is a lot more boring than a Startup in China. On the other hand, my diet, exercise and stress levels are much better.
It’s been a long while between posts.
In the interim the following has happened:
– Gone through a public company’s voluntary administration and subsequent exit
– Started consulting more and bringing some up to date Infrastructure and Linux love to Australia
– Bought a house
– www.skaffold.com went live! Check it out.
I will get back into this now that things start to settle down. A bit to also talk about in China and most importantly now that I am in Australia. I am gaining a better understanding of China as I can compare and contrast. A whole new insight so to speak.
Had a good tour of the EQUNIX facility in Sydney today. Been to a few (EQUINIX Locations) around the world and yet again the structure, layout and operation procedures are identical to all.
The McDonalds of IDC’s?
I mean that in a good way. I can see why they offer such a compelling IDC choice for many companies. From being carrier neutral, easy cross connects, standardised security and operational procedures – heck even the free wifi is based on the same docket printing and login system.
Who didn’t see this one coming?
Maybe a few “China Consultants” who are out busy trying to sell their expertise (cough) on Guanxi and gan bei? But the rest of you I am sure will be dragging out the #conplete_shock hash tag right about now, right?
In any case, it is now not the case that a business can register a domain name. Get this. Businesses are NOT ALLOWED to own .CN domain names. ONLY INDIVIDUALS. I’ll let you all ponder why that may be the case. It is about as hard as figuring out why BBQ’s attract flies.