an over-the-top data center

Marshall Eubanks tme at multicasttech.com
Tue Dec 2 14:15:11 CST 2008


On Dec 2, 2008, at 2:25 PM, Brian Raaen wrote:

> Maybe it isn't dry ice.... Maybe it is from liquid oxygen, in which  
> case it
> better be a smoke free workplace.
>

This is of course off-off-topic, but I would suspect the room  
temperature ultrasonic
misters, not dry ice or wood smoke.

Regards
Marshall

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>
> Brian Raaen
> Network Engineer
> braaen at zcorum.com
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> On Tuesday 02 December 2008, Jay Hennigan wrote:
>> The Anarcat wrote:
>>> On Tue, Dec 02, 2008 at 11:19:36AM -0500, Jeremy Jackson wrote:
>>>> Seems like dry-ice was used to make the "tropical fog" in the  
>>>> photos,
>>>> not water poured over hot rocks like a sauna/bath house.
>>>
>>> I've tried to avoid stating the obvious reading through all this  
>>> funny
>>> thread, but I can't help it now.
>>>
>>> Am I the only one thinking that shady lights, tropical fog, creepy
>>> tunnels, blue/colored lights, and *waterfalls* are *bad* things in a
>>> datacenter?
>>>
>>> I mean, it make a good movie set, but seriously... I wouldn't want  
>>> to be
>>> looking for that damn blue "locator" LED on that 10th switch with  
>>> a blue
>>> neon light...
>>
>> Not to mention dry ice = carbon dioxide which isn't particularly  
>> healthy
>> for the humans in that enclosed space.
>>
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