The Stay-at-Home Home Server

Tom O’Conner wrote the online children’s book Mommy, Why is There a Server in the House? to help children understand the stay-at-home server. Yes, it’s an ad for Windows, but it’s cute. -via the Presurfer

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So in short... what this machine does is link all computers together. Probably with a password you can access your computer from another computer elsewhere... which would be dangerous because other computer could have keylogger or spy program instaled and anyone could steal your kid password and have access to all your data on your own computers.

What were they thinking?
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That clears up alot. You need to be a five year old in order to think that Microsoft's home server is a good idea.

Wonder if the next book will be: "The server still loves you even though it thinks you're a lying, thieving, cheat.".
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