From my experience in the datacenter where I work, the failure rate on 2.5" drives has been way higher than 3.5" (granted all of the drives we use are 15k vs the 7200/5400/4200 rpm ones commonly put in laptops). The 2.5" drives we've used fail at a rate of at least 2-3 times higher than our 3.5" ones. On the flip side, we can fit way more of them in a rack and the power requirements are lower so its been worth it to keep using them despite the failure rate
the new Gerald R Ford class will have electromagnetic catapults
can always pick up an older tape drive - we picked an LTO-2 drive dirt cheap and new tapes were only around $30 each. The tapes can be read by LTO-2/3/4 drives so gives you a little bit of easier time to recover if your drive ever gets hosed
We currently use Seamonkey as the default mail/browser package in the department I work in and don't seem to be moving away from it anytime soon. We've been very happy with it for years
I thought it only had a mana cost of 4 and then 2 colorless and tap to use, should be easy enough to use
hi, I meet the criteria. Yay for Pizza fridays during Lent (I hate fish)
So is there going to be a Portal the Flash version sequel as well?