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Podcast Last week, Nekkid Tech host Greg Knieriemen chatted with Greg Schulz of StorageIO and Dell storage evangelist Gina Minks on various topics including the Infosmack mashup mess, how to pitch an ebook and what to do about those pesky IT admins...

This week, Greg talks to guests Ed Saipetch, senior technical director for the Americas for Joyent (@edsai) and J Metz, FCoE product manager at Cisco (@jMichelMetz). For just under an hour, we cover:

  • VMware's release of View for the Kindle Fire;
  • the Gartner Data Center Summit... and Gartner still sucks;
  • J Metz bumping heads with Brocade on FCoE;
  • where the Cisco Cius is;
  • Eddie getting his 1K status;
  • donut bombs, airport security and groping; and
  • protecting liberties... and passport numbers.

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