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Update 5: Plenty Of Fish Update - 6 Billion Pageviews And 32 Billion Images A Month Update 4: Jeff Atwood costs out Markus' scale up approach against a scale out approach and finds scale up wanting.The discussion in the comments is as interesting as the article.
Also upgraded to a core database machine with 512 GB of RAM, 32 CPU’s, SQLServer 2008 and Windows 2008.If we combine this with a carefully crafted idea (and a scalable architecture) word of mouth can take a site a long way. There's one thing though I'm not really sure of, you mention that everything is dynamic, no static contents is served, how do explain then that every profile on the site has a extension and no query string? of course I can't be sure of all of this, it's just a hunch that tells me this is done for a reason .. I think there is some hidden trick besides just world of mouth. I would add that to my terms and conditions if I had people like you sign up on my site. The thought that you take that much effort to vent about POF is ridiculous. I mean other free sites have been around longer but for some reason aren't as lucky Think about and then consider how you would have handled the situation from the other side, but with 100 other people like yourself. Despite wanting their love, some architects are only in it for the short term. Speaking of neediness, this past week, DEZEEN has been harassing me to vote for them so they can win a Webby award.I don’t actually care and can’t help but wonder what their state of mind must be if they feel I ought to. A few days ago was a notification from Architectural Review to make sure to submit my project for their annual house awards. A quick reminder from WAF before I even get to write about them “Reduced-rate early bird rate of US0 to enter for INSIDE ends this Friday”.I read in another blog he filled up the profiles with fake posts until it got rolling. What is the trick to get to the critical mass where it starts to feed upon itself?
There’s a lot of lonely architects out there, beginning and ending their days alone. They look at their weekly calendars and see complete elevations of windows for lunches unlunched, meetings unmeetinged. Many businesses have sprung up to help solve this problem and team up lonely architects with their fantasy clients. ” Arch Daily users have to filter so they can head straight for Houses if that’s their thing or to Public Buildings if they’re into that.
As with any dating site, the only ones who make any money out of it are those that run them. If looks aren’t that important, they can head straight to Articles where they might meet someone equally desperate to have those long conversations. Some clients just want to be seen with a piece of architect candy.
Lonely architects upload photos of how they want to be seen, and hope someone will fancy them. There’s many traps for clients in this dating business. Sometimes both sides simply can’t admit they need each other.
The authors state that the 6 properties of a sticky idea are: Unexpectedness, Concreteness, Credibility, Emotive and Story. It's hard to believe that no caching is being used at all; but it's not impossible."Read an older article I wrote about Apache vs. Just some thoughts of mine, I would be very interested to hear what you think...
As site ideas go I would add that the site must provide minimal barriers to entry: no sign up necessary for trying out the site and start off with a good ui interface. IIS, where I specifically address this: can do something very similar to IIS and with tools such as phhttpd.--Dustin Puryear Author, Best Practices for Managing Linux and UNIX Servers Very informative article, great job! Wal I understand that the URLs can be rewritten but just having everything in except the profiles has got to make you think ..
For startup like Markus, what is the best hosting option (and grow more later)?