The date, function and architect are not difficult to establish for the building has its former use, as 'St Ann's Vestry Hall', inscribed on the frieze and the more eagle-eyed can spot a stone at low level marked 'Banister Fletcher & Sons, Architects, 1905'.
Dating a building by inscription is a long tradition, though few name the architect in such brief form as that on the Town Hall at Blandford Forum which reads 'Bastard, Architect, 1734'.
And the idea that HDDs will never be bigger than 2GB. IIS does have one major advantage -- it is tied very closely to the OS it runs on. You also don't need to have triggers because the data should be verified on the write database.
It probably enjoys the benefit of kernel-space IO which is much faster than user-space. Maybe you can use different table types, caching policies, and other read optimizations as well. NAT only supports 64,000 connections per Source IP address.
For startup like Markus, what is the best hosting option (and grow more later)?
host your own server or use ISP co-location option? Would you rather date a creepy guy off there or download some good old porn. This was probably a key point in increasing his SEO.
I mean other free sites have been around longer but for some reason aren't as lucky Think about and then consider how you would have handled the situation from the other side, but with 100 other people like yourself.
I read in another blog he filled up the profiles with fake posts until it got rolling. What is the trick to get to the critical mass where it starts to feed upon itself?
Two buildings in Fleet Street, the former Union Bank by George Aitchison Sr of 1856 and the former Legal and General Insurance Office of 1885 by Sir Robert Edis.
It's hard to believe that no caching is being used at all; but it's not impossible. Its nothing to do with IIS its TCP/IP related. SI supports a maximum of 64,000 simultaneous connections on each source IP address.
This maximum value is based on the architectural limits of IP itself.