5 posts • joined 19 Dec 2007
Have any of my anomymous posts been traced?
Because I have posted some stuff there too..
Perhaps somebody form the site should comment..
It's also quite easy to print a barcode for say a 4Gb iPod, attach this to a 8Gb iPod and get the fatter iPod for the price of the thinner one.
Works well for motherboards, hard drives, memory too.
Especially in PC World where the staff are too thick to notice the difference between a P4 Xeon and a Celeron or a nice motherboard and a cheap crap one or a 1Tb disk and a 40Gb disk..
I like my new cluster.
Well I am very happy with my new cluster of 8 quad cpu quad core boxes and the various bits of PDA....
Oh, I cannot be bothered to finnish writing this, it's Friday and I am waiting for the last PO to be signed so I can fax it over and get it in thie years spend..
Wow, neat new development..
"To work around that problem, it said it has developed a technology that takes the AC power provided by utilities and converts it into DC."
Wow, that's amazing. I do hope they patented that idea in case anybody else steals it.
Really, this has happened for years. All it needs is for server vendors to dish our more kit that runs at -48v and we can all quite easily do DC in the DC..
We have had a completely DC datacenter for about 4 years now, the good folks at SUN have various DC offerings.
Not of Works
"Crucially, the goats are destined for eternal damnation, while the sheep will enter into the kingdom of heaven, having earned their status through good works – feeding the hungry, clothing the poor and the like."
This of course it not the case. Nobody can earn their status with Christ. Indeed, Paul states this in his letter to the Ephesians:
8 For by grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not your own doing; it is the gift of God, 9 not a result of works, so that no one may boast.
So please, dear Register, get your theology right :-)
I am willing to be your theological consultant.
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