I'm Changing My Name To Sznarwakowski

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I was just reading a blog post where they were showing al the SCVVM commands in a list.  I was going to refer them to my blog which shows how the display that list of commands in a really nice format.  I have no idea where that blog post is so I decided to search for my name and scvvm.  Here is what I got:

I think I'm going back to the old family name:  Sznarwakowski.

Sure I'll spend the rest of my life telling people how to pronounce and spell it but at least I won't be confused with a serial killer/sex cannibal or an Enron felon.

Oh wait! It gets better (worse?).  I didn't remember Jeffrey McDonald until I looked him up, he was the Green Beret Doctor convicted of murdering his pregnant wife and two daughters.

That's just swell.

Jeffrey Snover [MSFT]
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  • "Sure I'll spend the rest of my life telling people how to pronounce and spell it"

    and You will be proud because this surname have Polish roots (but I see it first time in life :p (but end of the word is really typical)(yeh, I'm Polish))

    happy new year :p

  • Just goes to show, SCVVM can make a murderer out of anyone. (sorry, sorry, I know, I know)

  • Hilarious!

    Well, as long as it isn't your name it is anyway :D

    I have a famous singer to compete with my name so I get 0 results for my name and everything for him.

  • http://www.howtosaythatname.com is really nice site that helps you (currently is down due to maintenance) pronounce names correctly, you can point people to this site in your mail signature :)))

  • Don't worry, nobody really uses Live Search. This would be just one example of why.

  • You get much more relevant search results with the right anacronym for System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM, not SCVVM). :)

  • @Poshoholic

    Now you know why PowerShell supports wildcards so many places!


  • No need to do this anymore.  Your blog post is now the only item found for this search.

  • You might want to, in the future, try using Google's search engine.  Results are more in line with the info you were seeking.

  • My family here in the Detroit area changed their name from Sznarwakowski to Snover back in the 60's. I say go back to the original. Much more fun.

  • @matt - Maybe we are related.  My dad came from Detroit.  I think he changed his name from Sznarwakowski to Snover in the 40's or 50's.

    Jeffrey Snover

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