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Aren't combat shotguns banned by some international convention?
Yahoo doesn't have the legal option of saying "no" to Microsoft's offer.
I was wondering, as far as backing up the NAS, would it be possible to set up a RAID within the NAS?
I was wondering, as far as backing up the NAS, would it be possible to set up a RAID within the NAS?Didn't they mention this? Raid 6 NAS with an insane amount of drives at IBM?
Yahoo doesn't have the legal option of saying "no" to Microsoft's offer.You just contradicted yourself. Yahoo refers to the company as a whole. We never said Jerry Yang can say no, we said Yahoo can say no if the board votes it down. Unless you think that the board of Yahoo is not part of Yahoo?
Outside of the US Yahoo isn't such a big thing.
Well, outside of the US and southeast Asia, theInternetisn't that big of a thing (yet). ^_~
Also, you can get up to 11 Buffaloes (previously thought to be 8 until the Ithaca convention of 2002):For purposes of illustration:Buffalo the Bovine = CowBuffalo the verb = SwindleBuffalo the city = Detroitwords in parens are there for illustrative purposes and will be omitted in practise.Detroit cows (that) Detroit cows swindle (themselves) swindle (the) Detroit cows (that) Detroit cows swindle.Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo.
Microsoft has bid for Yahoo
I worked with a client this weekend who has 6 Windows boxes networked together and twice as many displays. He trades stocks from home and runs a number of programs to assist him. The problem is that he has a number of shared drives spread out over all of his machines. Would a NAS be a good solution for him to work as a fileserver?
I was thinking of a good RAID based NAS. Do you think a single drive NAS and the Jungledisk is a better idea?
Windows can tell which connections have internet access and which don't; So when I am connect to my home network over wifi, why do I lose the ability to access the net once I connect to the NAS network via ethernet?