What kind of latency numbers do you get?
High end flash add in cards (like FusionIO) typically specify the "write limit" (I think this is what you mean) in Petabytes Written (PBW). So a flash card might be guaranteed to give you a minimum of 5 petabytes written over the life of the card.
And if you stay in there for a while you can hear yourself cracking.
I'm holding out for the Trebuchet delivery option.
I assumed it was already codified in law that using Comic Sans got you the death penalty.
It is more fun to do an analysis of what goes in vs. what comes out.
"Hey, look, someone dropped a USB stick right next to the launch platform. I don't have time to try it now but I'll be at the ISS soon enough and can try it there."
Look at the post times, remember that this is slashdot where posts don't show up instantly. My post was written with only 3 other posts visible.
What could go wrong with these? Invariably it will be hacked and someone will broadcast the "stolen" message to all the cards around her/him. Hopefully it'll be possible to send custom messages out to the plates.
Don't forget Kit Kat (played by David Caruso) from Hudson Hawk -- http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0102070/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
Wonder how far it can throw a pumpkin?
They should have cast William Atherton
No flash photography allowed close to the space elevator.
Wonder how long until the water bottling plant is built next to the lake.