jwhit at melbpc.org.au
Wed Nov 28 11:30:51 AEDT 2012
At 11:24 AM 28/11/2012, Jim Birch wrote:
> > It's estimated that in 2011 a truly staggering 1.8 zettabytes of digital
> > information was created. Or to put it in more meaningful terms, that's
> > 57.5 billion 32-gigabyte iPads full.
>It would be interesting to know what percentage of that information is
>redundant because it exists in many locations. If everyone used the big
>hashtable in the sky...
Thank goodness the cost of storage has dropped and someone 'else' is
paying for all those iPads!
I am using the Wayback machine to find articles that have been moved
around to non-findability in redesigned websites. It's easier than
trying to find something in the original source. There are a few
times I'm unsuccessful for both locations, but frequently the Wayback
machine will also have multiple versions from different times they
have cached the site.
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