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Comment Re:Rant: I can't wait until slashdot 131 IQ... (Score 1) 85

It was practical 30 or more years ago. I've read TFA. They basically experiment with materials changing their optical properties after being treated with a laser pulse - exactly the same tech used in CD and DVD. And laser discs before that.

But wait - now it is groundbreaking - they are doing it on a single storage cell. And they call it a "chip".

Wow. That is soooooo cool.

Be careful when a loop exits to the same place from side and bottom.