RSAs Nothing to Sneeze At
Ellison Skips Event With a 'Code' and Restaurants on His MindWhoda thunk it," purred the Puss. "After watching all of Apples Mac vs. PC ads, youd think Bill Gates would be more susceptible to a virus than Larry Ellison." The Katt was referring to the fact that a virus allegedly forced Oracle head honcho Ellison to bail on his keynote speech during last weeks RSA Conference in San Francisco. Although Hasan Rizvi, Oracles vice president of security and identity management, filled in to inform the faithful about Oracles enterprise information seeker Secure Enterprise Search 10g, attendees longed to see flu-laden Larry. Despite the recent wacky rumor that Oracle is secretly attempting to acquire SAPat what would be about $50 a shareEl Gato entertained his own furry fantasies that Larry might seriously be considering a career change. Just weeks after the Kitty noted that Ellison had plans to open two restaurants in Malibu, Livin Large Larry reportedly purchased the 21-room Casa Malibu Inn for $20 million. "Im thinking Larry really wants to get into the bed and breakfast biz," laughed the Lynx.
Realizing hed had his fill of Frisco, especially after seeing Microsofts Gates pitch his OpenID security plans (or, as one fellow attendee called it, "Passport II: The Revenge"), the Katt scatted back to Beantown. Once home, His Hirsuteness was appalled that his cab ride to the Litter Box was delayed by crowds gathering to watch Tim Allen and John Travolta shilling their new comedy film, "Wild Hogs," on Bostons City Hall Plaza.