if you think about it, it does make sense. the cold air will heat up after going through the racks, and that hot air will escape from the top. probably easier to push the hot air down once it is in the 'heat core' than it would be pushing hot air down the silo
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Silverlight is not currently available on linux... only windows and mac. So I guess adobe beat them to that milestone.
I have been waiting for the linux flash 64bit plugin for 3 years+. I can't believe a company like adobe couldn't deliver during all this time. It seems that they had their head in the sand for all that time. If Microsoft caused them to finally face reality, then I send them my thanks.
I don't really care who wins this tech war, as long as I don't have to use windows to view a freaken web site.
(I know my 64bit linux could load flash sites, but the implementation was buggy as hell, causing me to restart firefox and cross my fingers many times. Hopefully their release will change this.)
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