Thursday, June 30, 2005

HP leads worldwide Linux server market

Since my job description contains the words Linux and ProLiant Servers, this makes me pretty happy -- HP leads worldwide Linux server market. The news has been going round
internally at HP, along with selling the 10 Millionth ProLiant server

HP has set an industry-first milestone by shipping more than 1 million Linux servers to customers since 1998, 45 percent more than any other major hardware vendor.

HP has led the worldwide Linux server market for 29 consecutive quarters. In the first quarter of 2005, HP grew 2.5 percentage points faster than the market in units on a year-over-year basis, shipped nearly 10 times as many Linux servers as Sun, led IBM by almost 8 percentage points in quarterly revenue share and outpaced Dell in both units and revenue.

Tuesday, June 28, 2005

Libertarian seeks to use eminent domain to redevelop Souter's home in Weare, NH

Will New Hampshire's own Supreme Court Justice David Souter's house be seized by eminent domain to make way for a hotel development?

Okay, so it is a stunt by some New Hampshire libertarians, but they do make a great point.

Getting three of the five Board of Selectmen to agree seems pretty doable.

Sunday, June 26, 2005

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Wednesday, June 22, 2005

NH Hampshire Kids for Democracy meet with John Edwards


Originally uploaded by marcn.

Kids For Democracy (New Hampshire Chapter) with NH State Senator Joe Foster and Senator John Edwards

Photo credit: Anita Gonzalez-Cecchin

Left to Right: Joe Foster, Spencer & Griffin Nozell, John Edwards, Mikayla, Jhoshona, and Gabrielle Foster

For more information (okay, the site is pretty just a placeholder as of today) see

Press coverage of the fundraiser:

* Nashua Telegraph



* UnionLeader

Sunday, June 19, 2005

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Thursday, June 9, 2005

Kids for Democracy visit New Hampshire State House (group shot)

Kids for Democracy visit New Hampshire State House (group shot)

Originally uploaded by marcn.

I'm just getting around to uploading a bunch of photos Spencer took at last weekend's Kids for Democracy visit to the NH State House.

See the complete set here

Saturday, June 4, 2005

7th Annual Sea Lamprey appreciation day at Amoskeag Fishways

Sea Lampreys at Amoskeag Fishways

Originally uploaded by marcn.

Gross, yet cool.

Apparently in the 1700s they were very plentiful and usually feed to children because they have no bones. Yum!

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