Indiana guys I found you a deal!

acd

New Member
ogden dunes is northern indiana, about halfway between michigan city and chicago, for pickup only it says. A cute 18U.
 
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D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
Not sure if this is "industry news", unless someone is planning on using this to start a new datacenter?
 

D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
@shovenose Might be interested. 
"The new and improved BetterVPS, now operating out of a real data shack - someone's shed in Indiana where I managed to tap power and 10Mb/s wireless Internet from their house."
 
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D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
ouch you guys are mean to Shovie!
Sorry, couldn't help myself. Really I don't dislike him, I would have said that about anyone or no one. Just seemed like such a good business model :p

Back on topic, how much does something like this weigh, for shipping? I know the eBay offer is local pickup only, but I'm wondering about the logistics of getting someone else there to buy it for you (generic "you") and ship it. 
 

XFS_Brian

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Verified Provider
I live in Indiana and this has gotten me thinking. Really thinking hard on this one. May need to watch where this acution goes. I could be a happy owner of a server rack.
 

MannDude

Just a dude
vpsBoard Founder
Moderator
Not that I particularly want this, but I hate how anything 'Indiana' seems to be always in Indianapolis or further north. AKA "almost Chicago" or "almost Michigan" (to me).

I live in "almost Kentucky", so it saddens me to see neat things in my state but so far away.
 

XFS_Brian

New Member
Verified Provider
Not that I particularly want this, but I hate how anything 'Indiana' seems to be always in Indianapolis or further north. AKA "almost Chicago" or "almost Michigan" (to me).

I live in "almost Kentucky", so it saddens me to see neat things in my state but so far away.
I can say the same for what I find in the south.
 

D. Strout

Resident IPv6 Proponent
Not that I particularly want this, but I hate how anything 'Indiana' seems to be always in Indianapolis or further north. AKA "almost Chicago" or "almost Michigan" (to me).

I live in "almost Kentucky", so it saddens me to see neat things in my state but so far away.
Meh... 4 hours drive max. I do that twice in a day sometimes. NH -> NYC and back. Shouldn't be a big deal if you really want the thing.
 
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