[linux-elitists] Fun benchmark du jour: khttpd vs. boa
Ruben I Safir - Brooklyn Linux Solutions CEO
Sun Jan 28 18:26:30 PST 2001
On Sun, 28 Jan 2001 21:06:09 Rick Moen wrote:
> begin Ruben I Safir - Brooklyn Linux Solutions CEO quotation:
> > Are you guys meeting at the Waldorf tomorrow?
> Well, I certainly could -- though I'm up for alternatives. Sound good
> to you?
> I was just refreshing my recollection of the subway system. Looks like
> I'm arriving at rush hour at JFK, and, rather than grind along the
> Queens so-called Expressway from the wilds of Jamaica Bay, I'll be
> better off taking the A line, change at Broadway-Nassau to the 4-line's
> Fulton St. station, then uptown to 51st St./Lexinton Ave.
Take a cab - unless you want to come here in Brooklyn for a stop over,
which is a lot closer to JFK,and you can check into Manhattan at your leasure.
Right off the Q train Express 40 easy minutes into Manhattan, although last
we did it in 20 minutes.
Taking a train from JFK with Luggage is unthinkable IMO. I couldn't surely
tell you how to get from JFK to the Train, and it's a LONG train ride. The
in Manhattan is against traffic.
> And, Bob's
> your uncle, I'm a block from the hotel. Oh, around about 6 PM. My
> cellular: 408-621-7084.
> It also looks like Javits Center was cleverly built at maximal distance
> from the subway,
Yes - it is stagestically placed as near to NJ as possible. Don't worry about
You can actually walk it (although it's is a sizable walk from Park Ave. The
probibly has transport to the Center.
> but I can grab the E line from 5th Ave./53rd Street to
> 34th Street/Penn Station and walk a few blocks west.
Yes that's as close as it gets.
> Weather: A balmy 0 degrees C or so. Rain in a couple of days.
This has been the toughest winter in a while.........
> Cheers, Re-elect Al Gore in '04.
I'm voting for my Grandfather again...
> Rick Moen
Brooklyn Linux Solutions
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