Storage Bits on ZDnet

by Robin Harris on Monday, 2 April, 2007

As if I wasn’t busy enough already
I’ve taken on another blog called Storage Bits at ZDnet.

I’d been blogging for Computerworld on a volunteer basis, so when ZDnet started waving obscene amounts of money (obscenely low, but at least a positive integer) at me, I thought I’d give it a shot.

What does this mean for StorageMojo?
Beats me. I’m going to feel the thing out for a while. Current fantasy is that I’ll do more topical, quick hit kind of stuff on ZDnet and the more analytical, research intensive pieces here on StorageMojo. I’ll also be cutting back a bit here as well, to 3-4 days a week. I’ve done 5 days a week – mostly – for the last year and I sometimes get the feeling from readers that maybe, just maybe, that is more storage comment than they can handle.

The StorageMojo take
I can only compliment the ZDnet editorial team for their discriminating taste in fine storage blogging. As storage is, I believe, the toughest problem in IT – right up there with parallel programming – I’m hoping the new platform will help me spread greater appreciation for the wonders and opportunities in storage technology. Some groupies would be nice too.

Comments welcome, as always.

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ZDigital April 2, 2007 at 10:32 pm

Good luck with your gig at ZDnet. I think we can handle less output on StorageMojo. Your April 1st post on Storage Bits is classic. Bookmarked in my Daily Web group along with StorageMojo.

se April 3, 2007 at 6:25 am

still… less storage here 😉
or more to fill…

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