Not much has changed in four years...

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    Not much has changed in four years...

    Take a look for yourself:
    http://web.archive.org/web/199812051...com/index.html
    Cprogramming:
    http://web.archive.org/web/*/www.cprogramming.com
    Yes, it's google:
    http://web.archive.org/web/199811111....stanford.edu/
    I was just pointed to this website... it's so neat seeing all the old websites you used to visit 3+ years ago.

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    OMG!!!
    My old webpage is there!

    What a fantastic site!
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    I can't imaging how much data that place must hold...
    I'm guessing in the zettabytes

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    http://web.archive.org/web/199610200...microsoft.com/
    Microsoft in 1996! I can't get enough of this!

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    OMG!!!! My old website!!!!!
    http://web.archive.org/web/200105170....dodskins.com/

    *sniff* one of three websites I failed at....

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    >I can't imaging how much data that place must hold...
    I'm guessing in the zettabytes<

    I know, I was thinking exactly that earlier. I'm curious about their server(s)...

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    Wow.. what a great site.
    Thank you Eibro for such a resource. I'm back to the old time.
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    Please direct all complaints regarding this post to the nearest brick wall Have a nice day.

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    i have 3 cousins that work for EMC, a datastorage company. They build servers that hold several terabytes (at the time the largest was 7.1TB). That's crazy. Can you imagine how difficult it would be to maintain those? I.e if you have a server that holds 7.1TB you know you are going to have at least about 40 individual drives that make up the unit, and depending on how it is set up you have to fix the entire system if one of the drives fail, although i'm sure they have some kind of raid set up to guard against possible data storage melt downs.

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