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Friday Funny: Pot of Gold at the End of the Cold Aisle?

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Happy Friday! The weekend is nearly here, so it’s time for data center levity.

Each Friday, Data Center Knowledge features a cartoon drawn by Diane Alber, our favorite data center cartoonist, and our readers suggest funny captions. Please visit Diane’s website Kip and Gary for more of her data center humor.

The caption contest works like this: We provide the cartoon and you, our readers, submit the captions. We then choose finalists and the readers vote for their favorite funniest suggestion.

Congratulations to reader Steve Swanberg, who submitted the winning caption for last week’s “Shaking in the Data Center” cartoon: “Kip, I think you may have misunderstood when they told us to shake out the new tape management system . . . .”

This week Diane writes, “Since the last ‘gold’ comic was so much fun I thought because of the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day another one was in order.”

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For the previous cartoons on DCK, see our Humor Channel.

About the Author

Rich Miller is the founder and editor at large of Data Center Knowledge, and has been reporting on the data center sector since 2000. He has tracked the growing impact of high-density computing on the power and cooling of data centers, and the resulting push for improved energy efficiency in these facilities.

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9 Comments

  1. Don't worry, Gary! He's our new private equity investor!

  2. Darrell R

    Did you pay list price for storage again?

  3. dday

    So this is what Gold level support gets you... sweet!

  4. I really love this Dublin data center, very "green" and the techs all have that cool accent.

  5. Wall Street

    "Goodbye little green shareholder, don't spend it all in one place"

  6. Jim Leach

    He's migrating the pot of gold from the end of the rainbow to the cloud.

  7. dday

    I told you going green would pay dividends

  8. Our security team should really focus on more than cyber threats.

  9. joe

    No more double shifts Gary, I'm starting to see things...