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SubjectRe: Scheduled Transfer Protocol on Linux
On Sun, 13 Feb 2000, Bjorn Wesen wrote:

> One possible intermediary is to sell a small board that attaches
> to the bottom of the drive, with a pass-through power connector
> and a bridge to the IDE port. Would break the 3.5" form factor
> though.

That should be OK. You could make a powersupply (+hub?) in some
nice form factor and sell the disks as shirt-pocket-servers...
(or whatever)

Sell the powersupply + hub for $100 and each server/disk for
$50 more than what the dumb disk costs.

The Internet is not a network of computers. It is a network
of people. That is its real strength.

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