Sep 23, 2012
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Complaining that a server is only using 10 percent of its electricity on computing is like complaining that only ten percent of a brain’s neurons are firing at any given time. It’s forgetting that a sharp spike in a brain’s electrical activity usually causes a seizure.
Tim Carmody on the new report from The New York Times:  Internet infrastructure isn’t a waste of energy
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