Posted by: Margaret Rouse
|‘…with the hair pulled back, revealing a rack of cheap networked PCs, circa 1999.’
jurvetson’s photos, flickr
Jurvetson writes: Each level has a couple of PC boards slammed in there, partially overlapping. This approach reflects a presumption of rapid obsolescence of cheap hardware, which would not need to be repaired. Several of the PCs never worked, and the system design optimized around multiple computer failures.