Who's chairing these meetings?
So what does this mean for blind hookers?
The idea of operating data centers at much higher temperatures for the sake of saving energy is flawed. The cooling load due to watts dissipated in the form of heat is constant no matter what the room temperature is. The heat gains through the building envelope are extremely small compared to the heat off the equipment and lights, and any small savings from a higher room temperature could be instantly wiped out by any equipment failure.
Don't do it. Just because manufacturers spec their equipment as being able to operate at up to 40 C (and can go higher than that) doesn't mean you should do it. And don't forget the people who have to work there.
Bottom line, it's a dumb idea.
The little voices in my head tell me you're wrong.
Meh, that's probably less than Microsoft's annual budget for office furniture, especially chairs. Now, Google might be a different story.
Microsoft has introduced 36 new bugs (at least!) to Windows 7, calling them "features." In that case it's bound to be the most feature-laden OS on planet Earth!
Other states should put huge taxes on stuff shipped out of Wisconsin. Watch cheese sales plummet. Milk it for all it's worth.
Does that mean the Developers! Developers! Developers! are done?
And when is Google's turn?
Since when does working from say 7 or 8 AM one day till 6:30 AM the next day total 34 hours? Or is that how many hours you wrote on your timesheet? Either way there's a problem.
So much for the iPhone's alleged superiority as the supreme geek toy.
I'm unemployed, you insensitive clod!
This ought to be a big hit in West Virginia.
they'll have a lot of empty chairs.
Yeah, some people at MS have seen Chair and say it really flies but crashes a lot.