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             Who enters my domain?
up 32 days, 21:59, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00
HDD temp: 33° C, disk reads: 0.00 k/s, writes: 16.00 k/s

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"It can only be the thought of verdure to come,
which prompts us in the autumn to buy these dormant
white lumps of vegetable matter covered by a brown
papery skin, and lovingly to plant them and care
for them. It is a marvel to me that under this
cover they are labouring unseen at such a rate
within to give us the sudden awesome beauty of
spring flowering bulbs. While winter reigns the
earth reposes but these colourless green ideas
sleep furiously."
 -- Entry from a competition to give a meaningful
 interpretation to Chomsky's supposedly meaningless 
 sentence (cf. Syntactic Structures, Chomsky 1957)

``Individual Thought Patterns''; Sapere Aude!

photo of shoebox with unstable.nl's hardware
The hardware of unstable.nl, everything fits in a cardboard box (click for larger photo)

UNSTABLE.NL is a modest server that supports freedom and privacy. This server runs exclusively on Free Software, and nothing less. Free as in free speech, that is. It is also an experiment in energy efficiency, as its hardware is selected for modesty, not performance. It uses about 20 Watt, compared to 100 Watt and up for plain desktops and servers.


This server is operated by Andreas van Cranenburgh, see my personal homepage.
I can be reached at andreas@unstable.nl (GPG key), or with the same address on Jabber.

This site looks best in elinks.
Mini-ITX -- unstable.nl's cheap, small low-power hardware.
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