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This sounds incredible. Want!

Congrats! cscott has a big laptop database server in the sky, again. :)

-- cjb.

Again? More like I *finally* got my database server in the sky, instead of wrestling with a very-local neglected VM fitfully attempting to communicate across the Great Firewall of China...

Edited at 2009-11-04 10:17 pm (UTC)

I wish you luck. However, it seems to me that the price point is going to trip you up, particularly on a machine with no significant storage. No matter how much you position it as being able to use S3 or other remote storage, the reality is that a large part of the world simply isn't permanently connected to the net. Even in a technologically advanced country (I'm in the UK), as soon as I step out of my front door, I'm essentially screwed.

It's a home computer, for the first world. It's not an OLPC XO-1.

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