16. January 2012 22:35
There are many reasons why people decide to host their web projects on notebooks. Either way, the question is not why, but how. Like everywhere else, there are pros and cons in hosting of your web application on notebook hardware, so we are going to discuss here how to do it properly and get most out of it.
Possible reasons to host your web server on a notebook
Usually people think about hosting on notebook, for one or many of these reasons:
- The price of hosting is higher than expected revenue, or no profit is expected.
- There are less than 1000 users expected to use this web project.
- The web application is not consuming much of resources.
- Notebook is powerful enough.
- You can’t sell this old notebook, but also don’t want to refurbish it, as it is still working as designed. And now you have this web project of yours that needs cheap hosting.
- Your internet connection is fast and reliable and you see no reason or have no resources to acquire new hardware and data center (DC) allocation.
- You want to host the web application on-site but want to keep your electricity bill at minimum.
- You have to make your server mobile.
14. January 2012 08:31
This article is about the product placement of Apple in the recent movie by Stieg Larsson’s “The girl with the dragon tattoo”.
I didn’t know, until today, that Apple notebooks suck so much. I mean – they should be the worst notebooks created by human kind. According to the movie, of course, as that was one of my impressions as I left the cinema.
I don’t know how much Apple paid for product placement in The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – a new movie by David Fincher, featuring Daniel Craig and Rooney Mara with beautiful soundtrack by Trent Reznor, but turns out that was the worst product placement I’ve ever seen. More...