The warehouse suddenly filled up this afternoon. Well, filled-up is a misnomer, since there really aren't very many folks here. But, compared to yesterday, it's more full. Chris and Kevin showed up today, and we have most of the NAC environment re-created from Vegas. We have a bit of configuration to do on the switches to get the network routing, but we got new versions of Longhorn and Vista installing, all of the devices and systems out, and mostly ready to go.
How did that happen?
Fundamental question: is there a "bleeding edge" any more? Is there technology that can cut enough to make you bleed? If so, what is it?