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== DATA CENTER HUMOR ==[edit]

  • National Mutual: "When the fire alarm goes off, you have 30 seconds to clear the floor, then the doors lock. Halon gas is then released. .. Halon gas is perfectly safe ... It's the lack of oxygen which kills you.".
  • Backup generators always fail to start UNTIL AFTER the battery banks have been exhausted.
  • 9-track ibm tape write protect rings make great frisbees on a slow graveyard shift.
  • The BIG RED push button really does power down the whole floor.
  • You can never find a tile-lifter when you need one.
  • ICL Mainframes had prettier blinking lights than the IBM big iron.

Extensive rewrite needed[edit]

Not just for the copyvios, but do we really need seven sections on design? Timtempleton (talk) 18:42, 28 February 2017 (UTC)

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Anderson connectors[edit]

Seems pollution of the page (at the end of See also), but I may miss something, so I dare not wipe it. --Dominique Meeùs (talk) 16:53, 16 December 2017 (UTC)