Make people wait... brilliant!
Lecie big 5 networked servers could hold that much data. Save doubling your storage by using raid5. Better speed and you can save all your data if a drive fails. Some of these options are affordable but 20tb will probably cost you a bit. You could also use the drives you already have in a barebones setup.
Most noticeably I use VLC, can't live without it anymore. Windows media player is such a piece of junk. Then install MS Word and Excel. uTorrent is also among the few applications I can not live without. Need silverlight for Netflix and install WinRar only if needed(which is seldom anymore). I also install AVG free antivirus and dropbox is always a happy addition. Backup this restore point so trying out new apps won't bog down my system to unusability over time. Cheers!
Had an iPod stolen with my name and phone number engraved. One of the first thing they did was scratch that off.
Nuclear missiles may be the obvious use of plutonium, but does this article completely forget about the lack of this material concerning space exploration. The need for this material in the future is going to increase exponentially. I can't imagine how much of this stuff it would take to get to another planet that has liquid water.
Way to simplify a incredibly complex complex.
If this user does nothing before they 'find' him he must have it on his system already. If connecting to a certain game triggers it find a diffrent server.
Imoa the iPhone 4 should not be ugraded to iOS7 as it does lower the quality of the usage. The iPhone 4S and above seem to have more than enough power to make the UI flawless.
Agree the significant word here is 'need'. An argument can be made if we really 'need' internet at all. It certainly helps when searching for work, and streaming is a luxury I couldn't go without. For my needs my 6Mb/sec connection is enough although I would always rather have it faster.
Im pretty sure most of you just gave your best guess to answer this question. I did the math of comadore 64 to 6GB which is roughly 100,000 times. So having the same starting computer you would need 60GB of ram on your machine to make it a million times... Don't think anyone can claim that.
snydeq writes "Andrew Oliver offers further proof that drunk driving and on-site servers don't mix. Oliver, who had earlier announced a New Year's resolution to go all-in on cloud services, had that business strategy expedited when a drunk driver, fleeing a hit-and-run, drove his SUV directly into the beauty shop next door to his company's main offices. 'Our servers were down for eight hours, and various services were intermittent for at least 12 hours. Had things been worse, we could have lost everything. Like our customers, we needed HA and DR. Moreover, we thought, maybe our critical services like email, our website, and Jira should be in a real data center. This made going all-cloud a top priority for us rather than "when we get to it."' Oliver writes, detailing his company's resultant hurry-up migration plan to 100 percent cloud services."
first thought as well. My navigator wouldn't be able to enter text that will be hard to bring up maps.
Thousands of a netwon
Instead of a backlash over privacy has anyone considered the potential gold mine of hilarious outcomes of such a device.
News should be fact checked true information. The event made the media into a total rumor mill. Maybe if we are lucky we could get a redaction on some of those falsely printed papers. On a side note though, police should look into anyone suspicious.