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11 posts • joined 24 Sep 2008
99W, sounds like toaster oven.
The only place for a CC number is on the card. No where else. Unless you like memorizing CC numbers
Re: Launched at 45,000 ft
White Knight 2 is a very much skin and structure layout. Too much turbulence is bad news.
Re: O gosh
You have no idea how much history repeats itself.
AMD developed the problem plagued K5 processor. Another company called NexGen was struggling/died. AMD bought it and rebranded their processor as K6 aka Athlon and the rest was history.
Original HP notebooks were POS. After the purchase of Compaq, the Presario range injected the much needed know how to make reliable notebooks. The same can be said of their DL series of servers, orginally from Compaq. HP original Netservers was a joke.
I am sure there are more examples.
Hmm I thought The Chocoloate factory servers runs on Linux natively and not VMware?
Some production database fields are not meant for human eyes. Data confidentiality, patient info etc. How does Delphix shields this in the staging environment?
You do know that the water from the overhead sprinklers stinks?
Launch separation and banking
1. Launch separation.
Note the length of the orbital rocket and its minimal vanes. Getting a clean separation is going to be tough, If it pitches down, its bye bye time.
2. Roll to side or banking?
With this monster's wing span? How long does it take to get the wing tip to clear the center line?
Been there done that.
Differential GPS anyone?
Useful when you are adding more applications than your real estate (server room) can grow. Otherwise it would be a hard sell against a traditional server.
Here is some food for thought a 42U server can theoretically take 42 servers. Anyone ever checked the back of the rack? It is simple not possible to run 42 power cords to the PDUs.