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Friday Funny: It Doesn’t Have to Be “White Space”

 — Is that coffee in your mug? We’re gonna have to fix that ASAP!

Here’s the cartoon for this month’s Data Center Knowledge caption contest.

 This is how it works: Diane Alber, the Arizona artist who created Kip and Gary, creates a cartoon, and we challenge our readers to submit the funniest, most clever caption they think will be a fit. Then we ask our readers to vote for the best submission and the winner receives a signed print of the cartoon. Submit your caption for the cartoon above in the comments.

Congratulations to Tim Dickey, who won January’s contest for the Cloud Gazing cartoon. Tim’s caption was: “Finally, our VP’s vision for the Cloud is becoming reality.”

Some good submissions came in for last month’s Valentine’s Day edition; all we need now is a winner. Help us out by submitting your vote below.

What should the bubble say?

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5 Comments

  1. spacenomyous

    ECD still says there's a hot spot.

  2. Tim Dickey

    I'm not sure if the Product team understood the meaning of 'greenfield' data center.

  3. Mark Breeze

    "Gary!? We've walked every inch of this Data Center twice today and I still haven't managed to lose that stupid balloon that's been following me since I woke up this morning!

  4. The walls turn red during an outage.

  5. Scott Schooling

    We can virtualize the data center with these green screen walls.