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There's so much going on at VMworld that we're not going to attempt to cover it all here. But Keith Ward, who's at the show, will be covering it all -- and it's on his blog.

Just one thing, though. Keith reveals in his blog that he doesn't like Foreigner, the '80s band that's headlining VMworld's entertainment. (We really are in a recession, aren't we?) Oh, Keith, you are as cold as ice. Don't you want to know what love is? Come to think of it, maybe Foreigner wasn't so good after all. But get your lighters or cell phones or whatever people use at concerts now ready for that last link. It's power-ballad time!

Posted by Lee Pender on 09/03/2009 at 1:22 PM


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