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Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Disk Storage Technology

We have become used to disk storage becoming more dense (more data on smaller surface) and residing on various kinds of media. Here is something to challenge our thinking: href=""

Monday, July 08, 2013

Reynolds Law

In what is becoming known as 'Reynolds Law', here is a qoute from Instapundit's Glenn Reynolds:

Reynolds’ Law was based on this remark by Instapundit’s Glenn Reynolds:

The government decides to try to increase the middle class by subsidizing things that middle class people have: If middle-class people go to college and own homes, then surely if more people go to college and own homes, we’ll have more middle-class people. But homeownership and college aren’t causes of middle-class status, they’re markers for possessing the kinds of traits — self-discipline, the ability to defer gratification, etc. — that let you enter, and stay, in the middle class. Subsidizing the markers doesn’t produce the traits; if anything, it undermines them.