Eric Florack on May 24th, 2008

OK, this one caught me off guard. I’ve run data centers for years, and I admire a well-kept one, or at least one that uses space and hardware in a clever fashion. But I’ve never seen one this big that was fully mobile. Yeah, I know. That’s what I said, too.

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Eric Florack on May 24th, 2008

We learned a few days ago that the daughter of singer Steven Curtis Chapman was accidentally run over in the driveway by her brother in the driveway of their home. I’ve been out of pocket for a while, and lost track of the story. In a way, I’m glad I was. By way of Michelle, […]

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I note David’s post on the Hillary Clinton comment on the assassination of Sen. Robert Kennedy. I note also, a good amount of traffic on the web about it. Unlike some of the traffic that I’ve been seeing, I’m actually willing to give Mrs. Clinton the benefit of the doubt as to whether or not […]

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Eric Florack on May 24th, 2008

James Joyner: Something really strange is going on with the Libertarian Party. I mean, more so than usual — I wouldn’t bother to point out the obvious. Their annual convention is going on as I write. Some highlights: Bob Barr, most famous for opposing medical marijuana and for his role in the impeachment of Bill […]

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davidl on May 24th, 2008

Is that a kaffiyeh around Rachel’s neck?.   Charles Johnson, Little Green Footbals,  thinks it is.   Michelle is not sure.   Cassy is  bothered.   I am not sure.  However, I give the final word to, Rusty, Jawa Report. Michelle doesn’t have to find another donut shop.   Cassy can go back to cooking and me and Bit can continue to eat […]

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davidl on May 24th, 2008

It is not everyday I dedicate a post to a bridge, but not every bridge is the Brooklyn Bridge.  The Brooklyn Brdige turns 125 today.  A celebration is in order, Brooklyn Daily Eagle: BROOKLYN — In 1883, New Yorkers and Brooklynites took the first step toward uniting their two cities when the Brooklyn Bridge, then […]

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