[linux-elitists] MSFT Survey -- Fwd: [firstname.lastname@example.org: Survey]
Sun Dec 21 00:30:17 PST 2003
Thus spake Rick Moen:
> I was reminded of Microsoft's clustering software for NT 4.0 Enterprise,
> back in 1997. They promoted the notion of it being labelled "Wolfpack",
> but the wags immediately tagged it as Chihuahaupack.
They're still at it, trying to convince people that clusters of Windows
machines make more sense than any other solution. When I stopped by
their booth to scan my card for an X-Box drawing (I've always wanted to
try running a MythTV frontend on an X-Box, but have always been held
back by the fact that I don't wish to actually *buy* an X-Box), the
marketing lady handed me a cardboard case with 4 CDs in it (which I
believe to be <http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/hpc/toolkit.asp> ),
along with a Microsoft Rubik's cube.
Nathan Poznick <email@example.com>
The world hates change, yet it is the only thing that has brought
progress. - Charles F. Kettering
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