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Weekly Links – October 5, 2012

Who’s going to VMworld Barcelona this week? We hear Catalonia is lovely this time of year (unless you’re from Madrid, that is – we don’t think Catalonia is ever lovely for folks from Madrid…).

VMware Go will be there – check back here on Monday for a more detailed overview of our two sessions.

In the meantime, read these life-changing links and then go enjoy your weekend.

Open source equals software freedom, not free software (InfoWorld)

Ten Tips for Improving Data Center Energy Efficiency (IT Business Edge)

How Steve Jobs Inspired IT Execs (InformationWeek)

How to replace missing Start button in Windows 8 (IT World)

Candidate for Maine State Senate attacked over Warcraft character (Ars Technica)

This week’s apropos of nothing image features a pretty obscure Internet video that you’ve probably never heard of. And socks. Apparently this was purchased for $1 in Seoul (per Reddit – an ever-credible stream of information):

You can read our previous links round-ups here. And be sure to visit go.vmware.com for more information on how we can help you better manage your IT infrastructure.

Better yet, you can try it for yourself here – and it’s free!