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Syo Kurusu (Utapri) Scale

Welcome back everyone! o(^▽^)o  Today is another Uta no Prince-Same figure by ALTAiR. It’s Kurusu Syo! ( ღ’ᴗ’ღ )

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SlideShare: Hyperconvergence is Broken, Learn How to Fix it!

While hyperconverged infrastructures (HCI) offer rapid startup they lock organizations into a specific set of vendor compute, storage, networking and hypervisor configurations. And, as the infrastructure scales it becomes increasingly difficult to deliver workload specific levels of performance and data protection. 76 more words


Yuzuki Yukari (Vocaloid) Scale

Hello everyone!! (◍•ᴗ•◍) Today I want to talk about the Yuzuki Yukari (Jun) scale figure made by Pulchra. Yuzuki Yukari is a vocaloid, and my second favourite one only to Kaito. 822 more words


Very Curious about that SCALE!

Let’s begin with a little background. Everyday waking up is like a garbage truck dumped all over you and then backed it up and moved forward (over and over), then you go by your day in auto-pilot, wanting nothing more than to go back to that fluffy sanctuary you call a bed. 363 more words


Innovation Is as Much About Finding Partners as Building Products

(Source: hbr.org)

This is an incredible moment for innovation. Previously unthinkable opportunities to reinvent complex, established industries are now being made possible by the convergence of cloud computing, new analytical tools, and the data flowing from a host of new sensors in the physical world. 1,456 more words

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Kakashi Hatake -Anbu Ver. (Naruto) Scale

Hello everybody! ٩(^ᴗ^)۶ Today I’ve decided I’m going to make a post everyday until the end of July to make up for that time away. So without further ado, the first in the lineup will be Kakashi Hatake -Anbu Ver.- from the Naruto series! 1,083 more words


St Elmo's Fire & the Deceptive Cadence

The 1980’s were notoriously ludicrous for many good reasons, committing a lot of serious crimes in music; the horrendous Sax solos pushing the limit of how far you can take a pentatonic scale and make the simple sound incredibly lazy, the snare sound (and electronic drums in general I suppose), and unnecessary modulation such as the famous Truck driver gear change. 585 more words