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Do you ever think what kind of computer you are going to get next? I do. I want to have a super computer: I want to have several operating systems: Windows and Linux. And I want it to be super efficient. Most likely, I will create a network and have several of them hooked up. But then I think I am going a bit computer crazy: I am the only user in the house.

So, what is your computer fantasy?

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Comment by Alla on May 26, 2011 at 9:24pm
Oh, and my name is Alla Goltsman. Just in case you will be looking for me on facebook.
Comment by Alla on May 26, 2011 at 9:18pm

Hey, Jerr, how you've been? I just reread my blog post and I cannot imagine how silly I was when I wrote it. I do not have computer fantasies anymore. I have a great computer instead. When I wrote that blog post in 2009, I had an old terrible very  small computer. Well, I have a couple of them now but only 2 hands, so I don't get to use both computers, lol. One just collects dust.


But now I want to get my hands on a Mac. I still haven't used one. But that would be a luxury and another dust collecting system if I buy it, which I probably will.


Anyway, it was good to hear from you. I showed up here just to answer your comment. Otherwise, I just show up on facebook every now and then, not very often actually. If you come to facebook, get in touch with me.

Comment by Jerr on May 26, 2011 at 8:40pm

I did all that and more. Had 4 or 5 servers set up on my network, hosted my own web site etc etc. Then I thought about what I knew all along. That the only people that need a super computer are fanatic gamers and heavy duty accountants. I then thought about all the money and time I was wasting and scrapped the whole thing, farmed out my web site, bought a cheap notebook and here I am.  Actually two notebooks. I run Linux on the older one and unfortunately Microsoft on the newer one. I'm considering setting them both up for dual boot.

Actually its all true- - - -but- - - - I built the system with several operating systems including NT, Novell and Mac to use for troubleshooting when I was in the business. I was even hooked up to some company mainframes from time to time.  I would never have went through that expense and waste of time other wise. 

Comment by Alla on October 28, 2009 at 6:32pm
Grab one for me, will ya. Yes, server. I feel I need a couple of units to keep them totally independent, but connected to each other.
Comment by stillgoing on October 28, 2009 at 6:16pm
OMG yes. I'm thinking maybe a server type box so I can get past the 4 gig memory limit and then virtualize, MS or VMWare, the operating systems and configurations I want to play with.

BRB gotta get that lottery ticket. LOL



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