Stay-at-home Servers Unite

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Description

Back when I was playing Pong, the idea of a home computer was a distant science fiction fantasy. By the time I was playing Pac Man, the idea of home networks seemed absurd. Now here I am playing Call of Duty 4 while my home server backs up all the home computers across my home network. Times have changed... Well, besides me sitting around playing video games.

The Windows Home Server team have put up a new site that hilariously looks at the changing role of servers, and you can see them at StayAtHomeServer.com. So whether you support stay-at-home servers or prefer working servers, you won't want to miss this Colbert Report-style look at these changing times.

Also, don't miss the Windows Home Server children's book.

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    Googleman81

    yeah, it is indeed very funny, kinda pseudo political but much too short. was it maybe produced during the writers strike? i hope they make more and longer episodes soon, i could not bear another premature season finale like with drawn together... the writers strike is over, right? and where is the "win a windows home server" button?

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    Googleman81

    yeah, it is indeed very funny, kinda pseudo political but much too short. was it maybe produced during the writers strike? i hope they make more and longer episodes soon, i could not bear another premature season finale like with drawn together... the writers strike is over, right? and where is the "win a windows home server" button?

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