That was just what I wanted

My friend is a software engineer and just left his job at a major tech company to start his own business out of his house designing and hosting websites.  He was nervous at the start and feared he might have made the wrong career choice, but just two of his primary business clients ended up leading to more work and now he is on the path to owning a thriving internet web hosting company.  His current issue is using what little space he has left in his cramped house to expand his resources and storage for his business needs. When you host websites, you typically have a server rack that is like several really fast computers that store the information contained in a website and keep it running and accessible on a public network.  My friend has had to expand his server rack considerably, and all of those computers generate a significant amount of heat as they run, which is typically around the clock 365 days a year. Just using fans it not enough—my friend initially had to install a window air conditioner in the room he houses his servers in just to keep that small space colder than the rest of his house.  But when his window air conditioner quit working on him last week, I suggested that he buy a portable air conditioner instead. I told him that they look like a large dehumidifier but in addition to a water drip line, they also have a large heat exhaust hose that you have to connect to an external window. However, as long as this hose remains attached, you can wheel the air conditioner around the room and even in between pieces of furniture if need be, vastly improving your space options.  And since space is at a premium in his house, a portable air conditioner seemed like the right choice.

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