Mike Lorrey wrote:
> Film, floppy disks, data tapes, etc are all data storage formats that
> need to be outmoded.
Gee, Mike, take the long view: don't seed and biological samples need to be outmoded?
Digital cameras selling for less than $50,000 all create artifacts that
my Canon EOS with ASA 100 Ektachrome slide film never does. Duplicate or
exceed its performance and we have a deal.
And tell me how to apply Iron Mountain's physical security model of
utter data blindness to anything transmitted over the internet. Even
quantum computers don't appear to be able to do remote viewing of magnetic
-- My moronic mnemonic for smart behavior: "DICKS" == diplomacy, integrity, courage, kindness, skepticism.
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