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    Look good but very unreliable!!! (not Dell's fault)
    Note: taken with work's digital camera: a Sony coolpix.

    24/7/06 - Added to the Cream of the Crop pool

    Leco Tahan, OAndreas, navanman, and 43 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Leco Tahan ages ago | reply

      very nice...
      great shot!!!

    2. Z_dead ages ago | reply

      Unreliable? really I've got loads of them as servers and they have been rock solid for over 3 years!

    3. JohnSeb ages ago | reply

      Perhaps something to do with the way they are set up ;-)

    4. clickykbd ages ago | reply

      This image nicely illustrates a concept targeted by the Qatsi Trilogy Project on flickr. Please consider contributing this to the NAQOYQATSI (life as war) group. Read the group description for more info...

    5. JohnSeb ages ago | reply

      Glad you like it. I've added it as requested.
      Naqoyqatsi film review on IMDB
      Haven't seen this film but I've got Koyaanisqatsi on video.

    6. JohnSeb ages ago | reply

      I would love to know why this is my most popular pic by far! (482 views to date)

    7. Nenova ages ago | reply

      Nice perspective!
      *From the Comments! group.*

    8. BobLoco ages ago | reply

      Great perspective and focus! Nice shot!

      *From the Comments! group.*

    9. renee ansley ages ago | reply

      great perspective! good detail.
      (3:1 Group)

    10. Z_dead ages ago | reply

      4 years and still going strong!!

    11. dvsjr ages ago | reply

      "very unreliable!!! but not Dell's fault" now thats a classic line.

    12. JohnSeb ages ago | reply

      Something to do with the hybrid Novell/Microsoft network and lack of disk space. Actually, they are much better now!

    13. shido641 97 months ago | reply

      Might just use this on my new site too :D

    14. gaspy84 82 months ago | reply

      Hi ! I've used this photo in my blog: in Spanish, talking about bad experiences with a Web Hosting provider.

    15. dia2dra 46 months ago | reply

      Very good picture! I think is for businesses that require a high availability server network.

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