When I turned on the Classic Rock channel this morning via my Time Warner cable for a little white noise, it was Electric Light Orchestra's "Sweet Talkin' Woman" that was emanating from the tubes.
That particular single was released in 1978 from its LP "Out of the Blue."
The original song title was "Dead End Street," but the name was changed to protect the innocent...and from a lawsuit by the Kinks, who had a 1966 hit of the same title.
It's amazing what you can learn from Wikipedia.
Assuming, of course, it's true. For all I know, that's a bunch of fake info posted by a disgruntled fan who's tragically lamenting the fact that ELO is no longer touring.
And for the record, ELO was my first rock n roll concert. Scary, huh?
And no, I'm not that disgruntled fan. I only went to see them once. I swear.
Meanwhile, I'm still flinching from being duped by the Fake Dalai Lama on Twitter yesterday.
That's okay. Like I said, karma's a...well, you know.
Out in Viva Las Vegas, amidst the Flying Elvi and the undervalued condos, our friends from Tivoli continue on with their Pulse conference.
Some major announcements this AM regarding cloud computing. Too many to detail here, but I will provide you with this convenient hyperlink to escort you off this premises and over to the press release.
The one part that really captured my attention was that IBM will be helping provide some cloud capabilities to the United States Golf Association. In particular, data protection services and a comprehensive infrastructure recovery solution from the IBM cloud.
I don't know where this particular IBM cloud exists, but it's out there...somewhere out on the back nine...and you can back all your critical stuff up there to it.
Maybe in return somebody from the USGA could help me with my long irons? Pretty please?
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