This morning it was foggy when I went to London for the AWS Summit. here’s a picture I took in town:
Sure you let me keep my data in one country…but that doesn’t mean it can’t be accessed through the super secret national security letters you can’t talk about.
Ummm…perhaps people are looking to keep the NSA and governments out?
Something tells me that Oracle and sap wouldn’t have been happy with that last slide. Way to proofread the presentation.
Oracle isn’t split between line…neither is sap
We need to do something about the national debt. I’m not 100% sure what I think about this idea, but I am for states exerting their rights and powers over the Federal government.
I took Tuesday off work and we went to visit Poleson Lacey (a national trust property). All of the pictures can be found in our flickr set, but here are a few.
Over the weekend, we went to the London Coffee Festival. It was cool! Even though we paid £20 for admission, we got that back in freebies. It was also neat to see all the coffee(s) and stuff in one place. The neatest thing I saw was this machine to make turkish coffee (picture is first below). It will soon be for sale in the UK. More pictures can be found in the flickr set.