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    Originally posted by Karl
    MattR - If you know how to admin your own servers then I suggest trying DataColo we have had extreme reliability with them, good speed and great support (When we've ever needed it, which is rare as everything runs perfect). I can say with some certainty that you wouldn't be paying an extra $1000 per month for that second web server.
    When I go to datacolo.com I get a 'soon' page..

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    That's because they have no web site designed yet, but they are fully operational and reliable. DataColo is a new company, but the company behind it isn't.

    Have you got ICQ Matt? Or MSN, Yahoo!, AIM for that matter? If so then give me a buzz, all my details are in my profile.
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    Database Jedi MattR's Avatar
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    My ICQn is 20229164.

    I should really start adding that to my profile. I don't like giving out my AIM name to the general public since it doesn't allow authorization like ICQ does.

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    Interbase

    I've been thinking about using Interbase instead of mySQL. But, I can't find one book, or any website (except for Borland) that even talks about Interbase. While mySQL has tons of resources out there.

    So, I moving to mySQL from MS SQL. Which is strange, I know. Not my choice.. client does not want to us Windows anymore. Moving to Linux.
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