Designing and outfitting customized high-end data centers is about as far removed from cranking out cheap boxes as you can get. Having watched competitors like Hewlett-Packard eat away at its cost advantage in the generic PC and server markets, Dell is now trying to follow other hardware makers up-market into more specialized and profitable machines and services. Will there be a lot of companies building next-generation data centers, or just a few giant Google-like utilities with a lot of purchasing clout and a lot of homegrown engineering talent? I do have one recommendation for Dell, though. When it gets around to introducing its trailer computer, it should let the guys at its Alienware subsidiary design the sucker. I would like to see some Alienware trailers barreling down the highway.
Yemeni guy has a rough time shooting big-ass machine gun
Yemeni guy has a rough time shooting big-ass machine gun ▶ iQcom
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On the day of their biggest UK show to date, Thomas Smith meets the Melbourne misfits to talk about their pub-punk revolution, breast milk shooters and hitting out — literally — at gropey fans. That cracked me up. Catch Amyl and The Sniffers at the right moment and you could probably get them to do just about anything.
Scientific wild-ass guess SWAG is an American English slang term meaning a rough estimate made by an expert in the field, based on experience and intuition. It is similar to the slang word guesstimate , a portmanteau of guess and estimate. Westmoreland would sometimes reply "SWAG" to reporters' questions about American failure to neutralize the enemy.